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John’s potato salad 

I know I’m late…..the three day weekend is just about over and you have already meal planned for today. However, summer has really just begun and potatoe salad can be served all year long. Truthfully my potato salad is not so great but John’s…….well……people think I made it and ask for the recipe. Super easy, really delicious.  6 russet potatoes pealed and cut into TWO INCH HUNKS 8  eggs  (hard boiled) Two cups of mayonnaise or more if needed 2 stalks of finely chopped celery Salt and pepper Boil potatoes hunks in salted water for ten minutes, add eggs in the shells to the same pot, put a lid on it and turn off heat. Let sit for twenty minutes. Everything will be done then. Remove hard boil eggs and place on plate or in bowl to cool. Dump potatoes in strainer to drain and rinse will cold water. Just a light rinse. Place in serving bowl and refrigerate until completely cool. When cool add mayonnaise and stir, chop celery, slice the eggs and add …

Green eggs no ham

Watching your waist line or need something full of vitamins, fiber and energy? Then this fast breakfast is for you. This is the one person version. Spinach (a handful) egg(s) Olive oil (drops) I use non stick spray on my favorite little skillet. A non stick pan would do nicely too. Add a small handful of spinach, We grow curly leaf but bagged spinach works great. While spinach is wilting add a couple drops (about 6) of good olive oil. This helps the spinach release its vitamins and is good for you. Add your egg or eggs to the same pan. Cook to your desired egg doneness. And eat…… FYI: Spinach loves to grow in the winter, now with that being said if you are on the East Coast….you might have to buy it, or try growing it in a window, I don’t know it might work. As spinach grows, pick or trim with scissors. It will continue to grow until the weather heats up and it bolts. To save spinach for future use: Wash, …