mom taught me how to make potato salad and she never put sweet pickles in it. always used dill pickles. i have had many compliments and requests to make this salad for get togethers.
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inspired by the classic (and kid-friendly) combo of apples & turkey, i concocted these tonight for my 9 month old and liked them so much i might end up eating them myself! perfect for older babies and toddlers (serve with a fun dipping sauce), these make
quick & easy to make. you can have the batter whipped up in the amount of time it takes for the oil to heat. (i use a fry daddy.) we actually like them better after they sit for 5-6 hours rather than warm like most doughnuts i make.
easy, quick and always a hit, these margaritas are the real thing. the number one rule here is: no mix. they're better this way-by far! they're also a great way to jumpstart any party. you can serve them on the rocks or blended, whichever way you prefer.
i made this salad for an end of school year pot luck. the following year i was asked if i would bring it again. people remember this salad from year to year. it can be made the day before and chilled - which is very helpful. it uses a full pound of bacon.
yep, it does taste like a blt sandwich, just in soup form. i love to throw things out there for the family and even though i got funny looks when i told them what we were having, they ate it all. the recipe is also interesting on how it is put together. a
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