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I Never Thought Adding This One Ingredient Could Make This Salad So Amazing!
A good friend of mine thought it was weird that I was going to serve potato salad for Thanksgiving. In her opinion, potato salads were for summer parties and BBQ’s, not for Thanksgiving or Christmas. It’s funny; sometimes we are so used to doing things the way we’ve always done them, that we don’t even think about other options.
When I was young, potato salad was definitely a barbecue dish for us, too. But pretty soon after I got married and started a holiday tradition of my own, it became a Thanksgiving and Christmas side dish. I think it goes together perfectly with all the other holiday foods. Besides, everyone seems to love potato salad!
I haven’t always made the same exact recipe, though. But this one, from Melanie Cooks, has quickly become my favorite. There is one special ingredient I had never thought of adding – it made such a big difference!
Recipe and image courtesy of Melanie Cooks.
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Quick Tip: Use potatoes with thin skin.