As children we are influenced by what our parents like and dislike.
I remember my mother carefully peeling a perfectly ripe tomato that a neighbor had given her. She sliced it, put a slice on her plate and added salt, pepper, sugar, and bottled French Dressing.
She looked at me, watching her, and explained that as a child she had … Continue reading.....
Another recipe that I have been making since the beginning of time, this is based on one from the Time Life “Foods of the World” series.
The first time I had a similar salad was in Germany. We were having a simple lunch of wurst und salat. I had expected the typical Midwestern version of Hot German Potato Salad … Continue reading.....
The hot weather has returned.
The oven is, once again, off and salads are back on the table.
This has been one of our favorites for years.
Bacon and cider vinegar add the traditional flavors of Hot German Potato Salad.
The green beans and celery round it out, making it a great accompaniment to grilled meats.
Serve warm or room … Continue reading.....
I may have mentioned that our Alsatian, Sedi, is getting old.
Part of the whole ‘old dog’ routine is peeing a lot.
To be honest, I probably want her to pee more than she wants to, but I’m the one that has to mop the floor or wash the doggie bed if we miscalculate.
During the day, no problem: the … Continue reading.....