|by Alan Romans|
This book both traces the history and development of the potato from its beginnings in South America to its current dominance of the food chain in...
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Peel boiled potatoes ... pan, but do not boil. Add mustard and stock (bouillon) cube, to taste. Pour over salad and mix well. Can be served warm or cold.
Boil potatoes with skin until soft. Let cool; then peel and slice. In skillet, cook diced bacon until crisp; add onion. Remove from heat, stir in ...
Slice or chop ... onions; add to potato mixture. mix mayonnaise ... with bacon and dill sprigs, if desired. ... fat-free mayonnaise and sour cream, omit bacon.
Wash potatoes and ... mayonnaise, mustard, vinegar, dill, pimento, onion, ... trick is to add the sauce while the potatoes are still warm. Serves 20-25.
Boil potatoes in ... with vinegar and salad oil. Cut up ... table overnight. Next day: Beat eggs, add Mazola until foamy. Add mayonnaise. Fold into potatoes.
Cook bacon to crisp and chop. Add flour, sugar, mustard, salt, vinegar, and water to bacon grease to make a gravy. Add cut-up potatoes and stir. Add ...
Cook potatoes in ... stir in mustard, brown sugar, vinegar, water and salt; heat to boiling. Pour over potato mixture, toss lightly. Serve warm. Serves 6.
Brown bacon in ... vinegar in bowl. Add this mixture. Add onions and dill weed and stir until thick. Add cut up potatoes, salt, pepper. Heat until warm.
Cook potatoes until ... bouillon, sugar and vinegar. Simmer until thick. Pour over potato mixture and serve warm. Can ... in microwave. Serves 10 to 12.
Cook potatoes in ... cold. Serving suggestion: Serve potato salad with cooked sausage such as bratwurst, knockwurst, etc. and sweet and sour red cabbage.
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