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The version I was taught to make years ago by a family friend is easy to make.

Boil cubed potatoes (4 medium potatoes, skin still on), covered in water, over medium heat until fork-soft (usually about 40 minutes from first boil), Drain. Toss in 3T oil, 1C sour cream, 1/4t Salt, 1/4t garlic powder, 1/4t onion powder, 1/4t black pepper, 1-1/2t Herbes de Provence, a pinch of dry mustard and 1/2t of sugar. Once finished sprinkle with paprika. From what he told me it's considered German potato due to it using the sour cream/oil base instead of the traditional mayonnaise used in most parts of the world.


Yes, the sour cream sounds like it would make the salad very rich.

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Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:


neugenx wrote:
The version I was taught to make years ago by a family friend is easy to make.

Boil cubed potatoes (4 medium potatoes, skin still on), covered in water, over medium heat until fork-soft (usually about 40 minutes from first boil), Drain. Toss in 3T oil, 1C sour cream, 1/4t Salt, 1/4t garlic powder, 1/4t onion powder, 1/4t black pepper, 1-1/2t Herbes de Provence, a pinch of dry mustard and 1/2t of sugar. Once finished sprinkle with paprika. From what he told me it's considered German potato due to it using the sour cream/oil base instead of the traditional mayonnaise used in most parts of the world.


Yes, the sour cream sounds like it would make the salad very rich.



Ironically, it comes out lighter than a mayonnaise-based potato salad and nowhere near as greasy or acidic. I'd guess due to the lack of eggs.
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pasta with alfredo sauce, top loin steak, 2 sweet potatoes, big salad with olive oil as dressing, some green beans

maybe i'll get some kimchi out in a sec and eat that w/ rice
Posted 9/21/15
2 pizza slices

and

gold fish crackers.
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Parma ham, apple and Brie stuffed chicken breast, asparagus and sauteed potato's.

A nice medium dry white to wash it down.
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Chicken breast sandwich from the Greek restaurant across the street. You think you know how good grilled chicken can be until you've had a Greek family cook it for you
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Two bowls of frosted flakes and a bowl of lucky charms

...what is my life
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Visited my parents today and they made turkey legs, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, corn, and stuffing. Early thanksgiving I guess.
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chicken and beer kinda night

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Taiwanese sausage, fishcake soup, stir-fried mushrooms.
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Posted 9/22/15

neugenx wrote:



Ironically, it comes out lighter than a mayonnaise-based potato salad and nowhere near as greasy or acidic. I'd guess due to the lack of eggs.


That's really surprising. I feel like I'm in Shokugeki no Soma suddenly. I might try the recipe out next week though I've never bought herbes de Provence before.
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Posted 9/22/15 , edited 9/22/15

Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:


neugenx wrote:



Ironically, it comes out lighter than a mayonnaise-based potato salad and nowhere near as greasy or acidic. I'd guess due to the lack of eggs.


That's really surprising. I feel like I'm in Shokugeki no Soma suddenly. I might try the recipe out next week though I've never bought herbes de Provence before.


You too lol ? I find myself with more in common with Souma than most of my family members. Their idea of cooking is opening a can of Dinty Moore Beef Stew and putting it in a pan to heat. My Mom (and deceased Dad) are/were the real cooks in this family. I learn/learned from them. Herbes de Provence is one of the lightest yet most delicious spice combos you can get. It contains Rosemary, thyme, savory, lavender and about half a dozen other light spices combined.

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What i have every night (Not really but i wish) A KEBAB!

i can't cook and never will be able to so i have to eat pre-made food.
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TACOS!!!!!!!!!
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What i have every night (Not really but i wish) A KEBAB!

i can't cook and never will be able to so i have to eat pre-made food.


wait, how do you have a kebab without cooking? I mean, it requires a grill... making a kebab is actually even harder than regular cooking because it involves going outside to start the grill and like then u have to chop up veggies AND meat and... wow so complicated

how u do dis
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