Hi friends! Today I am sharing my recipe for Country Style Potato Salad with Fresh Cucumbers.
Summer is filled with wonderful adventures including belly flops into the pool, leap-frog in the garden and dripping chocolate cones. I can’t remember a summer in my youth that did not involve a big BBQ at my Granny Vega’s with several aunts cooking up wonderful dishes and uncles working the grill for dozens to feed nieces and nephews while listening to my granny give instructions to all of them. And let me tell you, they learned from the best.
My granny was one of the most talented self-taught cooks (chefs) I have ever known. She had no need for a book-shelf full of cookbooks or a Kindle filled to the brim with instructions from Betty Crocker, she cooked with a natural sense of taste and texture and most importantly from the heart. It was fantastic! I would like to think my instinct for tossing together a good meal came from her and that my family and friends enjoy the adventure of Momma’s cooking as much as I loved my granny’s.
Country Style Potato Salad with Fresh Cucumbers
This Country Style Potato Salad with fresh cucumbers is one of my favorite culinary adventures and is sure to please your family and guests. It is filled with fresh vegetables and crunchy dill pickles and does not take long at all to cook and tastes pretty darn good to boot. ( Even my picky husband had a big heaping spoon-full or two.)
Here is the recipe, don’t be bashful, if you love potato salad double the recipe! Enjoy!
This salad is perfect for your 4th of July Celebration or any occasion. I would make the recipe ahead that morning to serve at lunch or dinner to get the flavors well-infused before serving.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g
This salad is perfect for your 4th of July Celebration or any occasion.
I would make the recipe ahead that morning to serve at lunch or dinner to get the flavors well-infused before serving.