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(Buzzfeed)   "Definitive proof that blue cheese will always be better than ranch." First of all, it's bleu cheese, and second of all THERE IS NO F*CKING WAY BLEU CHEESE IS BETTER THAN THE AWESOMENESS OF RANCH   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 72
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2014-02-12 11:25:01 PM
Jesus christ, people dip wings into ranch?
I thought that was for the celery.  They both sound disgusting as a dip for chicken.
 
2014-02-12 11:29:42 PM
Bleu cheese sucks.
 
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2014-02-12 11:31:15 PM
resources3.news.com.au

True Fact:  "Bleu Cheese" is found on beaches after it's expelled from the
intestines of dying whales.
 
2014-02-12 11:32:47 PM
Bleu cheese rules - but I think it's an age thing - tastes better as you get older. Ranch is the bland solution to all dipping.
 
2014-02-12 11:33:51 PM
Roquefort
 
2014-02-12 11:34:17 PM

staplermofo: Jesus christ, people dip wings into ranch?
I thought that was for the celery.  They both sound disgusting as a dip for chicken.


Yeah. That's what it was for. Some perverts have perverted the use of Ranch.

Don't get me started on the deviants that thought substituting Blue cheese for Ranch was a decent idea. Those bastards are just sick farks.
 
2014-02-12 11:34:25 PM
Do people seriously take fried chicken and dip it in ranch or cheese sauce?
 
2014-02-12 11:34:33 PM
Ranch dressing is for un- or under-developed tastebuds AKA children.
 
2014-02-12 11:35:26 PM
Like, it's not a joke or campy fun.  People think fried chicken needs a dip?
 
2014-02-12 11:39:30 PM

staplermofo: Do people seriously take fried chicken and dip it in ranch or cheese sauce?


Fried chicken, no, buffalo wings, yes.  But only blue cheese, not ranch, and only for buffalo wings covered in a traditional hot-sauce based sauce.  If you go for BBQ, teriyaki, lemon-pepper, etc, wings I can see how the blue cheese wouldn't be as appealing.
 
2014-02-12 11:40:43 PM

TuteTibiImperes: Fried chicken, no, buffalo wings, yes.  But only blue cheese, not ranch, and only for buffalo wings covered in a traditional hot-sauce based sauce.  If you go for BBQ, teriyaki, lemon-pepper, etc, wings I can see how the blue cheese wouldn't be as appealing.


I'm on this team.
 
2014-02-12 11:44:45 PM
Ranch is superior.
 
2014-02-13 01:48:51 AM
"It's either blue cheese with wings or go f**k your mother!"  - Joey Diaz
 
2014-02-13 03:14:33 AM
oi61.tinypic.com

Ranch?
 
2014-02-13 04:06:25 AM
Isn't ranch just runny mayo with "special seasoning"?
 
2014-02-13 05:11:27 AM
Roquefort biatchslaps Blue cheese and Ranch FTW.
 
2014-02-13 05:24:33 AM

supichoo: Roquefort biatchslaps Blue cheese and Ranch FTW.


Motherfarking STILTON looks down and jeers from it's throne!

/surrounded by loyal walnut subjects
//moistened by fine tawny port jesters
 
2014-02-13 07:40:19 AM

staplermofo: Like, it's not a joke or campy fun.  People think fried chicken needs a dip?


I only dip mine in miracle whip.

/You pronounce the "h", you know.
 
2014-02-13 08:24:43 AM
Ranch is nature's way of saying "You have no tastebuds."
 
2014-02-13 08:37:26 AM
Ranch always struck me as sort of a half-assed bleu cheese dressing anyway.
 
2014-02-13 08:40:06 AM

supichoo: Roquefort biatchslaps Blue cheese and Ranch FTW.


Roquefort is the tits, particularly on steak. But you basically just said "Audis biatch slap cars." The former is a subcategory of the latter.
 
2014-02-13 08:50:54 AM
I normally don't believe in the ignore list, but I'm sure as shiat using this thread to populate it you ranch sucking bastards.
 
2014-02-13 09:13:15 AM
Ranch dressing might be passable if you add enough bleu cheese to it.
 
2014-02-13 09:17:47 AM
s3-ec.buzzfed.com

THIS!

but never dip a wing into it, that's just for dipping the celery
 
2014-02-13 09:22:09 AM
Bleu cheese tastes, to me, like what my gym socks smell like after a week of being balled up in the corner of the washroom, having fallen behind the dang washer when I unceremoniously dump the load in. The only bleu cheese that I've had that hasn't gotten a "oh Hells no I'm not going to eat that" is Westfield Farm's bleu chevre. As for the "getting better as I get older" argument: no, no it hasn't gotten better, but as a chef, I still have to taste the stuff before I send it out. With gorgonzola and other blues, if I tend to turn my nose up at the resulting dish, I figure it's all good.
 
2014-02-13 09:46:33 AM

kronicfeld: supichoo: Roquefort biatchslaps Blue cheese and Ranch FTW.

Roquefort is the tits, particularly on steak. But you basically just said "Audis biatch slap cars." The former is a subcategory of the latter.


This.

Ranch was never an original option. It's cheaper than bleu cheese. That's probably the only reason chain restaurants started offering it as an option. Plus children who can't handle the umami goodness of bleu cheese.
 
2014-02-13 09:46:49 AM
EW!  To all of it.  I keep trying bleu every few years, it still tastes like fermented dryer lint.  Everything from Roquefort to Maytag to Gorgonzola to Kroger brand "blue" cheese.  All tastes like crap.

And ranch dressing of any ilk is the sperm of satan himself.  Gross.

And keep all that crap off my chicken wings.  Like steak, if they aren't tasty enough to be eaten as prepared, well fark it I won't eat them, and leave more for others.

(Buffalo Wild Wings is the 7th circle of hell to me.  Unfortunately is close to work so nearly all our work gatherings are there.  So I know their burgers are average and at least edible)
 
2014-02-13 09:50:13 AM

Satan's Bunny Slippers: (Buffalo Wild Wings is the 7th circle of hell to me.  Unfortunately is close to work so nearly all our work gatherings are there.  So I know their burgers are average and at least edible)


BW3 used to be decent, especially back when they were called BW3. Unfortunately, some marketing person found out they could save a nickel a wing or something by buying dry, skinny, no-meat wings and added it up, so even though some of their sauces are decent, their wings suck ass.

/And don't even get me started on "boneless wings."
 
2014-02-13 09:56:11 AM
show me:
/And don't even get me started on "boneless wings."

I hear ya.  The term makes me cringe right along with the 'product'.  Call em what they are, farking chicken nuggets.

Just like cutting up a chicken breast does not make it the "tenderloin" of the chicken.

ARRRRRRGH!

There's a reason I rarely go out to eat.  I just like my food better for the most part.
 
2014-02-13 10:16:47 AM

Satan's Bunny Slippers: There's a reason I rarely go out to eat.  I just like my food better for the most part.


I still venture out, hoping for the elusive great hole-in-the-wall restaurant that is truly authentic. Nine times out of ten, I am disappointed. All the Indian restaurants I have tried recently have converted to buffets, where every dish is almost the same, and nothing has any spice to it at all, because they are afraid Billy Bob will burn his tongue and sue them. I do most of our cooking now, and have recently discovered Szechuan (not "Sichuan") peppercorns. Like crack.
 
2014-02-13 10:36:39 AM

show me: Satan's Bunny Slippers: (Buffalo Wild Wings is the 7th circle of hell to me.  Unfortunately is close to work so nearly all our work gatherings are there.  So I know their burgers are average and at least edible)

BW3 used to be decent, especially back when they were called BW3. Unfortunately, some marketing person found out they could save a nickel a wing or something by buying dry, skinny, no-meat wings and added it up, so even though some of their sauces are decent, their wings suck ass.

/And don't even get me started on "boneless wings."


Their wings were always disappointing.   And I think its actually pigeon wings.
 
2014-02-13 10:43:22 AM
Blue Cheese is good in one circumstance only: Hot/spicy food. It is a good neutralizer. Good for wings, good for curry, good for any dish you like that's spicy. If you got hot sauce for dipping, nothing is better than including Blue Cheese dip as well.

Blue Cheese is terrible as a condiment. I tried it once time with fish and chips as a replacement for tartar sauce. It was revolting.
 
2014-02-13 10:52:03 AM

show me: have recently discovered Szechuan (not "Sichuan") peppercorns. Like crack.


Aw yissssss.  I'm just about to crack open my second batch of home made preserved lemons.  I added Szechuan peppercorns and star anise to this one.  Two more weeks to wait.

Last fall, having an overabundance of zucchini, yellow bell peppers and tomatoes I curry pickled them.  They are actually pretty damn good considering I made up the process as I went along, since I wasn't going to stop in the middle of things and actually look up a recipe for it, if one was out there.
 
2014-02-13 11:11:48 AM

Satan's Bunny Slippers: show me: have recently discovered Szechuan (not "Sichuan") peppercorns. Like crack.

Aw yissssss.  I'm just about to crack open my second batch of home made preserved lemons.  I added Szechuan peppercorns and star anise to this one.  Two more weeks to wait.

Last fall, having an overabundance of zucchini, yellow bell peppers and tomatoes I curry pickled them.  They are actually pretty damn good considering I made up the process as I went along, since I wasn't going to stop in the middle of things and actually look up a recipe for it, if one was out there.


Wow, I'm drooling over here. I have recently started taking some baby steps into the art of fermentation pickling. I tried some kimchi, which I didn't let ferment nearly long enough, so I have acquired some proper equipment for my next try.
 
2014-02-13 11:25:46 AM
I'm not a fan of blue cheese. I like ranch. I like it on pizza, chicken nuggets, burgers, fries, sandwiches, etc. Hell, I like to use a packet of the Hidden Valley Ranch mix when I make meatloaf.

With that said, for those of you who DO like blue cheese, I ain't mad at ya...enjoy what you like, and I'll enjoy what I like.
 
2014-02-13 11:26:47 AM

hubiestubert: Bleu cheese tastes, to me, like what my gym socks smell like after a week of being balled up in the corner of the washroom, having fallen behind the dang washer when I unceremoniously dump the load in. The only bleu cheese that I've had that hasn't gotten a "oh Hells no I'm not going to eat that" is Westfield Farm's bleu chevre. As for the "getting better as I get older" argument: no, no it hasn't gotten better, but as a chef, I still have to taste the stuff before I send it out. With gorgonzola and other blues, if I tend to turn my nose up at the resulting dish, I figure it's all good.


THIS, THIS, THISITY THIS. Bleu Cheese is the Devil's rancid ejaculate scraped off the dirty, crusty gym sock he uses as a jizz rag.
 
2014-02-13 11:30:12 AM
Bleu Cheese; When you crave the delicious taste of pure fridge mold.
 
2014-02-13 11:35:43 AM

show me: I have recently started taking some baby steps into the art of fermentation pickling. I tried some kimchi, which I didn't let ferment nearly long enough, so I have acquired some proper equipment for my next try.


If I have a fail, it's usually my patience that gets me too.  Waiting two months for the lemons has been hard, but I learned early that at one month, if you don't scrape every single molecule of pith off, just throw the whole dish away that you used it in.  I've never tried to do kimchee, I should.

This year I'm planting cucumbers because I finally got a crock to make sour pickles in.  Lawd, I miss REAL pickles!
 
2014-02-13 01:14:23 PM
Ranch is the vanilla of salad dressings.
/French is the strawberry.
 
2014-02-13 01:14:44 PM
I like both, but I've found only a few ranch dressings are good, where most blue cheese ones are. Buttermilk ranch is always awful.  Love blue cheese in all its forms, will gladly eat it plain, dip fries in the dressing, top steaks, etc. Ranch powder with butter on popcorn, or mixing with breadcrumbs to fry chicken tenders is great, too.
 
2014-02-13 01:28:20 PM
I once ate a salad with blue cheese dressing that was 7 years past it's expiration date.

I couldn't tell the difference between that and 'fresh'.

Is that a good thing?
 
2014-02-13 01:30:06 PM
Blue Cheese is what happens when Ranch does off to die.

/drops mic.
 
2014-02-13 02:07:19 PM

Dorito's has already ruled on this issue.
images.sodahead.com

jntaylor63: Blue Cheese is what happens when Ranch does off to die.

/drops mic.

<speak voice="WillyWonka" variant="not.johnny.depp">Strike that. Reverse it.</speak>

To you and hubiestubert and FuryOfFirestorm and others knocking bleu cheese dressing, have you tried real quality bleu cheese dressing, or are you going by Kraft® or Hidden Valley® or some such? At the very least, try something of at least decent quality like Marie's® Chunky Bleu before you judge all bleus.
 
2014-02-13 02:29:41 PM
Ranch dressing is for people who find mayonnaise too spicy.
 
2014-02-13 03:26:42 PM
f.kulfoto.com
 
2014-02-13 04:09:53 PM
Ranch has ONE purpose.  It is the base sauce for the awesome chicken, bacon, ranch pizza.  Bleu cheese is for wings.
 
2014-02-13 04:58:44 PM

BizarreMan: Bleu cheese sucks.


This.

I can take a pair of well-used unwashed sweat socks, a quart of milk 3 weeks past the expiration date, throw everything into a blender and voila! Nasty-ass bleu cheese!
 
2014-02-13 05:02:27 PM

FuryOfFirestorm: hubiestubert: Bleu cheese tastes, to me, like what my gym socks smell like after a week of being balled up in the corner of the washroom, having fallen behind the dang washer when I unceremoniously dump the load in. The only bleu cheese that I've had that hasn't gotten a "oh Hells no I'm not going to eat that" is Westfield Farm's bleu chevre. As for the "getting better as I get older" argument: no, no it hasn't gotten better, but as a chef, I still have to taste the stuff before I send it out. With gorgonzola and other blues, if I tend to turn my nose up at the resulting dish, I figure it's all good.

THIS, THIS, THISITY THIS. Bleu Cheese is the Devil's rancid ejaculate scraped off the dirty, crusty gym sock he uses as a jizz rag.


I love you guys.
 
2014-02-13 06:50:13 PM
I've never understood the fascination with bleu cheese, but maybe that's just because I try to avoid eating mold whenever possible.

Ranch is highly overrated, but Litehouse Ranch is decent salad dressing. As a general all purpose dip, I find a 1:1 mix of sour cream and salsa works pretty well.
 
2014-02-13 07:31:11 PM

Notabunny: Isn't ranch just runny mayo with "special seasoning"?


mayo and buttermilk and spices
 
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