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    Wednesday, October 03, 2012

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    Ellen

    Such fantastic potato salad! I love the creaminess, the sweetness. The basil is such a surprise taste--but also made me wonder why everyone always sticks with dill when they make potato salad. Basil is so much better! And I will DEFINITELY try bread and butter pickles in it next time I make it.

    I know you say it's not the healthiest salad and is for splurging, Suvir. So I'll wait a whole week in between batches. :-)

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