Friday, March 11, 2016
How To Southern (This Post Has Been Edited- Thank-You Ellen Abbott!)
Lis and I just made about forty pounds of potato salad in record time. That's what it looked like before I mixed in all of the mayonnaises, etc. It is a traditional southern potato salad. Here's what's in it: potatoes, eggs, onions, celery, bread and butter pickle relish, salt, pepper, and some chopped up garden carrot. Mayonnaise AND Miracle Whip. Paprika on top. And mustard. Of course mustard!
That is all for now.
P.S. It is definitely not traditionally southern to put carrots in potato salad. Please don't judge me harshly.
P.P.S. Potato salad must be served at all events in the south. These may include weddings, funerals, fish fries, birthday parties, Easter dinner, any Sunday dinner, and whenever you feel the need to eat tastefully of the soothing and healing combination of potatoes and mayonnaise.