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trt 2:15 welcome back, we're joined in the kitchen with adam collins from sammich in ashland. thank you so much for being here. thank you. love having you. now right now you just made a russian dressing. yes. walk us through that a little bit. it's a very simple dressing anybody can make at home and pickle. you just puree it till it gets to whatever consistency you wish. i prefer a little chunky. some people like a real smooth and then you just hit it with mayonnaise and ketchup. wow, pretty straightforward. you can do that in a blender your ingredients and then it'll blend it all up for you. nice little magic wand. okay, awesome. and then we were talking a bit about kind of what this would pair well with and the kind of the flavors in there. what is it similar to? it's very similar to 1000 island dressing, we put our russian dressing on our dressing hair great with what we brine our pastrami in. wonderful. and you said that this is kind of like a at home amount. this is a large this is this is still so we make it by the gallon. i would suggest making probably half of that. this can also it's very it can be used for a lot of things. like the more use out of it you get the quicker you go through it depends on the person making it at home. yeah, and how long does that sounds good. well, wonderful. this is russian dressing. with adam collins from sammich. thank you so much and you can find this recipe and more on our the u-s air force is warning more than one-million people not to try