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This has been my mother's "go-to" dish for potlucks ever since I can remember. Everyone loves it! We call it "The Green stuff" and leave out the marshmallows & nuts.
My mother has made this since the 70's. Around here, it has always been called "Watergate Salad." It is very good, light and has always been a great picnic or holiday dessert.
I made this for St. Patrick's Day and it went over wonderfully. I'm don't think the origin is really Irish but hey, it's green and it worked. But I remember my mother making this when I was a kid and it had some different name (although I don't remember what it was). I also added some maraschino cherries cut in half.
This is a tried and true recipe. Have made it for over 20 years, also.
This is a great recipe. I have been making this for at least 20 years. This was handed down to me from a girl friend. I have always used regular size marshmallow and the longer it seats, the better it taste.
Really enjoyed this..Thanks for sharing!
Easy to make and is called Summer Cool Salad or at Christmas time with some chopped cherries in it was called Christmas Salad
It is called "Watergate Salad"