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We did this on another board a while ago.. but since I was making it tonight it popped into my head again.

Mustard in potato salad.. yay or nay?

My family has always put mustard in potato salad. Yum! I took it to a friends place for a small get together and everyone raved about it. Everyone there said they were used to mayo only potato salads. Hrm!

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Mustard, but with chunks of potato. My ex-sister-in-law makes it with lots of mustard but makes more of a potato paste out of it. Of course, she was not what I would call a cook much less a good anything. :roll:

At least the new s-i-l in that spot can cook, except it is food my doctor says I should not eat very often. :cry: High high fat Italian food ....

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Mustard and mayo, along with some sweet pickle relish. And I agree it has to be chunks of potatos. Along with the potatos I use eggs and celery.

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I use mustard for coloring but the majority of flavoring comes from the dill pickle juice plus the chopped pickles, onions, and egg.


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Potato salad without chunks of potato is NOT potato salad. :D
We use potato, onion, egg, mustard, sugar, vinegar, mayo, and assorted spices in our typical potato salad. I got daring last night and put chopped up dill pickles and garnished with diced tomato and olives.

ASW, pickle juice? Hrm.. never thought of putting that in. I used to love pickle juice and would drink it straight from the jar. :)

Hunter, you and those sweet pickles! :P Celery? Never heard that one before.

Wayne, you could eat my cooking. :D That is.. if you liked tofu and veggie burgers. :lol:

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Origam wrote:

Wayne, you could eat my cooking. :D That is.. if you liked tofu and veggie burgers. :lol:


That is not food. That is what food eats ... :lol: :lol:

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Wayne Stollings wrote:
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Wayne, you could eat my cooking. :D That is.. if you liked tofu and veggie burgers. :lol:


That is not food. That is what food eats ... :lol: :lol:

Hrm.. in that case I'm edible..so bite me! :P :lol:

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That is not food. That is what food eats ... :lol: :lol:


I think future food is smart enough not to eat that stuff. :wink:

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I don't care what a person puts in their potato salad, cause I ain't eating it.

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Origam wrote:
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Wayne, you could eat my cooking. :D That is.. if you liked tofu and veggie burgers. :lol:


That is not food. That is what food eats ... :lol: :lol:

Hrm.. in that case I'm edible..so bite me! :P :lol:


Might be a bit too tough for my taste, I like the tender cuts better .. :P :P

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Archer wrote:
I don't care what a person puts in their potato salad, cause I ain't eating it.


Kids.. :roll:
I didn't like potato salad when I was your age. :D

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Wayne Stollings wrote:
Might be a bit too tough for my taste, I like the tender cuts better .. :P :P

I'm probably too sweet for you anyway, ya' know how old folks can't handle lots of sweets. :P

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Ummm yum potato salad. I always have mushy potatoes, not on purpose, it's an inattention thing. BUT. My potato salad is good, and really simple. Mushy potatoes, mayo, fresh chopped dill, and course sea salt and pepper. Served warm, right after it's made.


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My potato salad is generations old and the best out of anyone's here :wink: .

Red potatoes
Hellman's Mayo mixed with a tiny bit of milk to make it creamy, good sprinkle of dry mustard, tiny splash of Italian dressing, S&P Blend w/fork.
Diced celery, a bit of chopped red onion, sometimes a bit of green bell pepper
3 hard boiled eggs chopped into it
Paprika on top.
More sea salt, fresh ground pepper


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My potato salad is generations old and the best out of anyone's here :wink: .

Red potatoes
Hellman's Mayo mixed with a tiny bit of milk to make it creamy, good sprinkle of dry mustard, tiny splash of Italian dressing, S&P Blend w/fork.
Diced celery, a bit of chopped red onion, sometimes a bit of green bell pepper
3 hard boiled eggs chopped into it
Paprika on top.
More sea salt, fresh ground pepper


But not as old or as good as old English Mustard


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