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    Have you ever posted a recipe and just love reading the reviews for it? This is my signature potato salad. Whenever there is a pot luck function at work, I am TOLD that I have to bring the potato salad. No one else is allowed to and I am never given a choice. Thank you everyone who ever tried this potato salad and for leaving such glowing reviews for it. You all have made me look so good. I personally can not stand eggs or raw onions, so I leave them out but I know most people don't think a potato salad is complete without them. Thanks again for so many wonderful reviews. (psssst....check out my recipe #123107 as well. It shares the dressing with this recipe but tastes much much different because of the different ingredients) Please see Recipe #242966 for bacon bit tips.

    Recipe #20155

    93 Reviews |  By Evie*

    my fav way to serve asparagus

    Recipe #12619

    So simple, yet so yummy! These mushrooms really are different -- silky -- due to their very long simmer (passive) time. Serve warm on bread to absorb all the delicious liquid. My Nana made these mushrooms, and we would devour them on tangy Jewish rye bread for lunch - a much beloved family favorite. But, mostly we make them as appetizers or for parties - easy and you can make them ahead. Tip: food processor works fine for the onions and mushrooms.

    Recipe #173750

    60 Reviews |  By Derf

    Mmm--hot biscuits or wonderful light dumplings on a stew. From Canadian Diabetes Association.

    Recipe #25459

    4 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This method for making popovers works well in high altitude areas. We like these served with soup. Source: The New High Altitude Cookbook.

    Recipe #71041


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