Look, sometimes restaurants don’t have what you want, when you want it—but can we just calm down about it?
"Everyone was like, ‘What happened down there?’ and I was like, ‘I really don’t know, man. I got the ranch though.'"
Ranch PDX's delivery-only pop-up was so successful that they're moving into brick-and-mortar digs—and they're bringing the ranch dressing.
She claims that injuries from the fall have aggravated pre-existing conditions and led to a "loss of enjoyment of life."
Mayo custard desserts, anyone?
“Ranch is the bastard child of salad dressing," says Courtney McBroom of Large Marge. "Everyone hates on it, but I don’t understand why."
The only thing bridging the major political chasm in America right now is its united defense of the condiment known as ranch dressing.
Davy Crockett once said, "You can go to hell, and I will go to Texas," but Courtney McBroom from Large Marge came to the MUNCHIES garden instead.