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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Potato Salad & Men with Plungers

(Wednesday comes earlier and earlier every week. Okay, I'll join your hops!)

I make a mean potato salad. 

After my last post declaring me as a foodie blog, here is a recipe from my cookbook.




I'm not kidding about the man with the plunger. I clog up the sink every darn time I make this dish.

Sorry ladies, this man with a plunger is mine!

45 comments:

Liz said...

Haha. Fun post!

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Lynn Proctor said...

haha that is probably what would happen if i tried making potato salad again :(

Angela Morris said...

Love the post and I love me some potato salad!

Following you from the Ruby for Women WW blog hop
http://rubyforwomen.com/

stevebethere said...

Tip for Joyce
Get the potato salad ready made from the shop...no plunger required :-)

My WW was up hours earlier than my normal time too must be the weather LOL

Thanks for stopping by hope you enjoyed your potato salad ;-)

Leovi said...

Fun.

Joyce Lansky said...

Store bought never tastes as good as mine. Seriously! I think it's the Dijon mustard that makes it so good.

Dave Keller said...

Looks like a great recipe!

Fifty States Travel said...

Funny, we usually recycle our potato peel for gardening.

shelly said...

Hahahaha....

Rhonda said...

Looks yummy. Why not compost the potato peel?

Sherry Ellis said...

That's hilarious! I've never had to use a plunger after making my potato salad! I bet your husband loves it everytime you make it. LOL!

Theresa said...

I try many new recipes each week, but have never once made potato salad. Going to have to give it a try sometime, but per your advice, will make sure hubby is on standby with the plunger!

Paula J said...

Omgosh that's so funny! I love your recipe title, and the addition of "man with plunger" lol. The pics pretty silly too :)

Paula
lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

kristi said...

That was cute. Made me smile! Hope your are having a great week.

alissa apel said...

YEP I hardly use the disposal any more. I have a screen that catches just about everything. I know what's the point of having a disposal? Well I kept clogging the sink up.

http://theapels.blogspot.com/2012/06/ww-jellies-linky.html

Unknown said...

Great sequence of photos!
I love it!
Mitch

Annmarie Pipa said...

ha!! why you keep putting them in the disposal?

caite said...

hey wait...there are no measurements!

Shayna said...

Mmm not a potato eater most of the time but I can't pass up a good homemade potato salad. Thanks for the humour!

Clairejustine said...

Haha happy WW :)

NYC Single Mom said...

Hilarious! Summer Time = Potato Salad. Happy WW!
http://www.nycsinglemom.com/2012/06/26/5-in-1-red-cor-ten-steel-sculpture-tony-rosenthal/

royalegacy said...

Oh that's just too funny!

Link up your Wordless Wednesday post;
http://royalegacy.blogspot.com/2012/06/wordless-wednesday-for-june-27-2012.html

Trisha said...

LOL! Thats too funny!

Brandi Yee said...

LOL I love this!!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Great photo shot!~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

Nicole Flothe said...

That is funny:) We don't have a garbage disposal. Great recipe! :)

Sarah Halstead said...

bahaha. So funny!

Carolyn Mc said...

HAHAHAHAHA My hubby wouldn't let me take a picture like that! what a sport!
Thanks for linking up at w/w!
Carolyn
Cookin' for my Captain

edenhills said...

You know, I've never had a garbage disposal. I just fed things like that to the chickens. I do love that second shot!

Art of RetroCollage said...

Potato salad & men with plungers...I never thought of the two combined...

At the risk of raining on your parade: why peel the potatoes at all? I've had some really delicious potato salads in which the potatoes weren't peeled--not a one...

Not peeling them would give your man with a plunger a vacation, & the leisure to eat his potato salad... ;-)

Joyce Lansky said...

Yeah. Us really good chefs don't measure anything. ;)

iMaddy said...

I would try it, but I don't want to clog the sink.

Medeia Sharif said...

I love potato salad. I don't have the patience to make it...I'm not a cook or much of a plumber. ;)

BusyWorkingMama said...

Haha, I remember making that mistake once. It was enough of a pain to ensure I never clogged it again!

Catherine said...

Dear Joyce,
Sounds like a delish! potato salad for the warm weather picnics.
It is nice to have your "handy man" close by when needed for such emergencies! Blessings dear. Catherine

Ms POSH said...

That is too funny!

Have a great WW!
POSH

Gina said...

That is the same problem I have making a recipe... I add a bit of this and a bit of that... really hard to translate it. Found you on the blog hop!

Ugochi said...

Very funny, how did he let you get that shot?! Found you on Ruby4women WW and now follow you via GFC, have a blessed day! http://www.ugochi-jolomi.com/

Kristin Aquariann said...

Ha, how cute! The potato salad recipe sounds worth clogging up the sink. ;D

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B E C K Y said...

ah Funny!

NC Sue said...

I love potato salad.
It loves my hips.
Thank you for visiting Wordless Wednesday at http://acts17verse28.blogspot.com/. I appreciate you stopping by and sharing your photo this week! I hope to see you again soon.
Have a great week,
NCSue

Brenda Cortes said...

Very funny and cute. Happy WW!

Brenda

Bouncing on Words
Life Less Ordinary
From my Points of View

Leah H. said...

Ha, ha!! So funny.. So cool.. I like the name of your recipe:)

Visiting for Wordless Wednesday- hope you can stop by..

http://www.mommys4seasonsjourney.com/2012/06/wordless-wednesday-dead-butterfly.html

jMo said...

Hilarious. I learned to keep the peels in a bag and out of the disposal. Sounds like a good one, though, never tried the Dijon.

Kathy said...

LMAO, that is so funny!! Your recipe looks good. :D ♥

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com