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German Potato Salad is not the only potato salad served warm.  I sometimes make a potato salad for lunch with boiled potatoes dressed with olive oil and red wine vinegar and topped with hard boiled or poached eggs.
 Oh my gosh ChicagoTerry this has been on my to-do list since you gave it to me!  I've been meaning to make it and then keep getting held up on the tahini, I never keep any around and always forget to get some at the grocery store.  I'm getting some today and serving this with the BBQ chicken we were planning on grilling today and I'll let you know how it goes.  Promise! But from the sounds of it, this may be best served warm, have you let this sit overnight with good...
 Here's me walking up to the buffet.... "where's the salad, yo where's the salad???"  I usually go for the most colorful thing yet.  If there will be many ladies there who are inadvertently watching their waistlines they'll pick one, at most 2 of their favorite carb.  I'd probably have some roasted potato and that's about it, skip the pasta, skip the potato salad, skip the pasta salad, skip the bread rolls, it's too much of one type of food.   So anyway, yes this is a bit...
Hmm well look, Greeks are actually comin off a 50 day fast, during that time they ate a lot of octopus and skordalia since they are Lenten. If I served those on Greek Easter I'd be booed and excommunicated lol. Tzatziki on Easter is a must and the lamb will be stuffed with garlic and lemons so the potato salad probably shouldn't be garlicky.
It's greek Easter kgirl! Don't you know already? Lamb on a spit of course! And pastitsio and spinach pie and Greek sausages and Cypriot sausages and Greek salad!
Hello friends, I'm going to make a potato salad for my Greek Easter party.  Normally I make roasted potatoes but I'm trying to ease my cooking load on the day of.  Unfortunately people love those darn roasted potatoes so if i make a potato salad it has to live up to expectations.  I have a couple of go-to recipes but I'm bored with them and looking for suggestions.   The rule is, it has to be made the day before and doesn't need to be heated.  I'm all ears!   Oh and...
 I fully expect to pay that in NYC.  I've never had them nor looked for them because they're not on my radar.  But I'm curious as I love the onion family and would sure love to try some.
Good pictures make all the difference, a good pic makes you want to luck the screen. I wish I could take better pictures. I try to take good ones but they never look as good as the real thing
Traditional pesto, walnut pesto, tapenade, mushroom bolognese
Potato-onion-pepper-kielbasa hash with eggs and sauteed mushrooms
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