Running low on time and with a cranky baby, I searched online for a simple dilled potato salad recipe. Finally, I realized I was wasting too much time and gave up the search hoping I could make up a good one on my own. It worked! And I was proud to say it was about as simple as I could ever imagine.
Recipe for Dilled Potato Salad
5 small-medium russet potatoes, diced bite-sized
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/8 teaspoon lemon
1 teaspoon dry dill
1 teaspoon herbed salt
1/4 teaspoon onion powder, optional but recommended
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder, optional but recommended
Boil potatoes in water until soft. Drain, rinse in cold water, and drain again. Put in large bowl and refrigerate to cool. When cooler (doesn't have to be completely cold), add the remaining ingredients to the bowl and stir with a spatula so as not to mash or break the potatoes. Transfer to serving bowl and garnish with sweet peppers, fresh dill, or item of your choice.
Can this possibly look as good on camera as it did in person? Moreover, can you possibly imagine how good it tasted from the photo?
Recipe for Pizza Patate
1 pizza dough recipe
1 medium baking potato
1 small onion, thinly sliced
1 long sprig rosemary, leaves peeled off
1/2 cup olive oil
1 tsp. salt
With a mandolin or other shredding device, thinly slice the potato. I like to leave the skin on for color. My four-sided shredder has a long slit that slices the potato perfectly. Immediately put the slices in a bowl of water so they do not brown. When pizza is ready to assemble, brush dough with olive oil and sprinkle with 1/2 tsp. salt. Dry the slices of potato and layer them on dough. Next, spread onions out on pizza. Sprinkle with remaining olive oil and salt. Finish by spreading rosemary leaves around. Finish baking.
I had a two-fold reason for visiting Hoover's Essential Health, previously Economy Foods. I was looking for a cheaper grocery store in general, one that offered a larger variety of gluten- and dairy-free products given that more and more we're finding friends and family with such allergies. By visiting their website, I learned about their bakery and their deli for lunch. So then, I knew I just had to go so I could review dining there, too.