Easy recipes

Posted by Funcountess @funcountess, May 18 3:54pm

Hi,
Anybody out there have a easy recipe for homemade potato salad. If so, please specify white rose. Or Yukon gold, or red potatoes.
I had a bunch of good recipes, but I see they were ruined.
Thanks

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@jakedduck1 No surprise, there!

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@funcountess
Get it from the deli.
Jake

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MR. DUCK, DUCK,DUCK1 I am going to be formal here.
My deli had an employee who came to work with cov19. Do not know how many people were infected. The place closed for cleaning. Open now, but not comfortable going there.
The old saying you do not know what goes on behind closed doors.
So, thought I could make my own.
By the way, how did your gourmet chicken go? No Catalina dressing I hope.
Take care,
Funcountess

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@funcountess

MR. DUCK, DUCK,DUCK1 I am going to be formal here.
My deli had an employee who came to work with cov19. Do not know how many people were infected. The place closed for cleaning. Open now, but not comfortable going there.
The old saying you do not know what goes on behind closed doors.
So, thought I could make my own.
By the way, how did your gourmet chicken go? No Catalina dressing I hope.
Take care,
Funcountess

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I guess no potato salad recipes out there?
Will have spaghetti with melted butter. Our stores were out of spaghetti sauce. Went to 2
In area. My mother in law was right many years ago. Florida markets are better stocked then California markets. I wonder why?Maybe someone in central California is hoarding?
Funcountess

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@jakedduck1

@funcountess
Get it from the deli.
Jake

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@funcountess In the healthy eating section they may have recipes . I make my own too. Mixture of ketchup, mayonaise and mustard for the dressing Of course Yukon Gold potatoes, hardboiled eggs and pickle juice also with pickle relish in pot. salad

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Thanks, will try and get some Yukon golds. Markets are void of food, forget about bananas, and tomatoes. I’m going to the market early tomorrow. I want some frozen cherries, and am low on Ben and Jerry’s.

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@funcountess

MR. DUCK, DUCK,DUCK1 I am going to be formal here.
My deli had an employee who came to work with cov19. Do not know how many people were infected. The place closed for cleaning. Open now, but not comfortable going there.
The old saying you do not know what goes on behind closed doors.
So, thought I could make my own.
By the way, how did your gourmet chicken go? No Catalina dressing I hope.
Take care,
Funcountess

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@funcountess
The deli seemed like a good idea at the time. I wonder if the employee knew he was infected. I thought the chicken recipe looked good but cooking it is another matter.
Eventually I would probably make it when I can't choke down anymore plain overcooked air-fried steak or chicken. Although before taking such a drastic step I'd have cereal for
awhile.
@hopeful33250
You know me pretty well!
Jake

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@funcountess

I guess no potato salad recipes out there?
Will have spaghetti with melted butter. Our stores were out of spaghetti sauce. Went to 2
In area. My mother in law was right many years ago. Florida markets are better stocked then California markets. I wonder why?Maybe someone in central California is hoarding?
Funcountess

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@funcountess
There is definitely people hoarding up here it’s ridiculous all the fear and panic.
Jake

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@funcountess
The deli seemed like a good idea at the time. I wonder if the employee knew he was infected. I thought the chicken recipe looked good but cooking it is another matter.
Eventually I would probably make it when I can't choke down anymore plain overcooked air-fried steak or chicken. Although before taking such a drastic step I'd have cereal for
awhile.
@hopeful33250
You know me pretty well!
Jake

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I don’t know if employee knew they were sick. The deli will not even say if it was a cook, or cashier. But place had to be scrubbed down.
Now people will not go near the place.
Also 3 checkers at the market have cov19 now.
Very stressful to go shopping these days.
I wear toss away gloves, face covering, and long sleeves.
Long sleeves so arms do not touch anything.
This virus is no laughing matter.
Funcountess

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@jakedduck1

@funcountess
There is definitely people hoarding up here it’s ridiculous all the fear and panic.
Jake

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If you are tired of cooking, have you tried meals on wheels?
They deliver 5 days a week.

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@funcountess we tried to get him to do that awhile ago . He just likes to edge us on . I think he is a pretty good candy person

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@funcountess
The deli seemed like a good idea at the time. I wonder if the employee knew he was infected. I thought the chicken recipe looked good but cooking it is another matter.
Eventually I would probably make it when I can't choke down anymore plain overcooked air-fried steak or chicken. Although before taking such a drastic step I'd have cereal for
awhile.
@hopeful33250
You know me pretty well!
Jake

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Jjjjjjjjjdduck1 Please be careful with your spelling of CANDY MAN,one slip and you could have HANDY MAN.
That can have a profound affect on your candy dish’s life.
Funcountess

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@funcountess I have a great potato salad recipe, but it uses a vinaigrette, no mayo. Interested?
I had a catered occasion one time and gave the caterer the recipe and she loved it so much she asked if she could use it for other catering! The recipe was from my mother's family and it worked out great for me because my husband will not go anywhere near mayo. He loves my potato salad.
JK

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Thanks, will try and get some Yukon golds. Markets are void of food, forget about bananas, and tomatoes. I’m going to the market early tomorrow. I want some frozen cherries, and am low on Ben and Jerry’s.

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@funcountess When I was a child I loved spaghetti with butter and pepper on it. I wouldn't dare now – not only am I lactose intolerant, but all of that butter! I pretty much use EVOO for everything, that and a lactose buttery type of spread.

I have some frozen cherries in the freezer and don't remember why I bought them. What will you do with them?
JK

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@funcountess When I was a child I loved spaghetti with butter and pepper on it. I wouldn't dare now – not only am I lactose intolerant, but all of that butter! I pretty much use EVOO for everything, that and a lactose buttery type of spread.

I have some frozen cherries in the freezer and don't remember why I bought them. What will you do with them?
JK

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Hi contentandwell,
The butter, I only use very little on the spaghetti. Could not get sauce at Ralph’s market. My cousin a retired oncologist/hematologists said to use. Butter over margarine, or other spreads. For years my mother used margarine, and so did I. Then Richard kept saying butter is safer just use small amount. So that is why the butter.
The frozen cherries. I eat eggos waffles or toast breakfast or I make cream of rice hot cereal so I like some fruit on them. I Buy dole pineapple, or mixed fruit in cans, am getting tired of it, and love cherries.
Cherries also are an antioxidant. I am so limited on what I can make in the kitchen right now.
I have some lactose intolerance. It comes and goes. Cheese is a problem for me, but now I know about provolone cheese.
As for Ben and Jerry’s only a little bit.
Milk is a big no mo for me.
Cousin said bananas can off set intolerance with ice cream. Since bananas are high in potassium I usually cut up banana with ice cream.
For the past 5 weeks there has been a run on bananas at market.
I usually get food deliveries, but half the order is missing, so tomorrow I will venture out and hope I can get bread and produce among other staples.

Our local news mentioned there was 87% hoarding in California.

I believe the fear factor has taken over our lives,so markets have become high on the list to frequent.
Take care,
Funcountess

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