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Tender macaroni, savory mayo, and hard boiled eggs make this classic salad what it is.
Macaroni salad is one of those foods that can be eaten over and over again. Every picnic or BBQ that I have ever gone too always has a big old bowl of mac salad sitting on the table in all of its glory. My mother would always make macaroni salad when I was a kid. She’d use different recipes from time to time and sometimes put tuna in her mac salad. As a child, I didn’t enjoy that ingredient very much but as I got older I learned to like it. My little sister, Amanda, always liked the tuna fish so she happily ate it whenever mom made the salad that way.
Anyway, enough reminiscing, the recipe we are chatting about today is from an old Amish cookbook. You’re gonna love it!
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Recipe and photo courtesy of Food.com.
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Quick Tip: Add tuna or canned chicken to the mix. Yum!