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RAGIN' CAJUN WANNABE

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  1. beadfreak22
    10-28-2012 03:49 PM - permalink
    beadfreak22
    Thanks for letting me know, Connie. She's been on my mind a lot lately.
  2. hedgiemama
    01-28-2012 06:12 PM - permalink
    hedgiemama
    Perhaps a novel is in order? Your and life and experiences should be reorded.
  3. pg57
    03-22-2010 01:25 PM - permalink
    pg57
    Part 2
    Amount of above ingredients will depend of the amount of Potato Salad you
    will need for your meal. Peel and cube potatoes to desired size.My family likes
    mine in about 1/2" cubes. Bring potatoes to boil and cook until done. At the
    same time you can boil your eggs.(add salt to water for easy peeling) Drain
    cooked potatoes and allow to fully cool. This is important for appearance of
    finished dish. Peel cooked eggs and allow to cool. When cool chop eggs to
    desired size. Set aside 1 egg for garnish if desired. Combine fully cooled
    cubed potatoes and chopped eggs. Add pickles and onions to suit your taste.
    (Granny uses a lot of pickles) Add salt and pepper to taste before adding
    mayo and mustard.(Granny also uses lots of mayo) Add mayo and mustard to
    your desired consistancy and families taste. Garnish top if desired with sliced
    egg and lightly salt and pepper the top of garnished dish. Enjoy.
  4. pg57
    03-22-2010 01:25 PM - permalink
    pg57
    I am in the process of finishing the V2 cookbook and need users that submitted recipes to proof the recipes for me. Please look over the following submissions and if everything is right just reply to this as CORRECT. If there are changes please reply and title it CHANGES and make the necessary changes to your recipes. I would like to have the proofs returned to me by April 15, 2010. Thank You Peggy PS I had to send this in 2 messages due to web site limit of characters in one message, sorry

    GRANNY HAWKINS POTATO SALAD

    Idaho Baking Potatoes Dill Pickle Cubes
    Eggs Salt(to taste)
    Hellman's Mayo(Granny's choice) Pepper(to taste)
    Mustard Onion(optional)
  5. ccsmom
    10-01-2009 04:43 PM - permalink
    ccsmom
    I love the Ragin Cajun wannabe line. I'm near Laf. Louisiana so I'll make you an honorary Ragin Cajun! LOL

About Me

  • About Granny Hawkins
    Biography
    Married To Poppa I have 3 Children and 5 grandchildren (Shanon Counts Too)
    Location
    OREGON BOUND!!!!
    Interests
    Stampin' Scrapin' reading and Being With CSC Buddies
    Occupation
    RETIRED and Busier Than Ever.
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    "Lord,if you cain't forgive me all my sins,just don't remember them too good,no." "Thank you,Amen"

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