this is truly a family tradition during the summer months. my mom makes it the best - i don't care how many times we follow the recipe - her's always tastes best - must be her touch of love that adds to the flavor. (note: the cooking time includes boiling the potatoes and making the dressing)
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i wanted 100% which is light and fluffy so i started tinkering away and this is the recipe i got. i really love it and it's easy-peasy, lemon-sqeasy as my kids would say. as a result, i've retired my 50-50 bread. hopefully s
these are so wonderful, and worth every bit of the extra effort. this recipe is from an old gourmet magazine, i think - my copy is so old and yellowed from use, i can barely read it any more. these are almost like candy, but more sophisticated!
to make this dish simple to make, prepare the greens and garnishes in advance and refrigerate. cook the noodles up to two hours ahead and keep at room temperature. at serving time, you'll just have to prepare the toppings.
just happened to run across a recipe in a magazine. read it and decided to renovate it. so this is my finished keeper. this is a versatile recipe. you can make this as hot or mild as you like. you can even bake it in the oven with the cheese. this r
a yummy take on the vinaigrette-style potato salads, with a mellow beer-based dressing. it goes with everything from steaks or ribs to chicken or burgers. a basic, easy and delicious potato salad, served best at room temperature, or even a little warm.
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