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    Super Member ptquilts's Avatar
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    just want to say, when making pasta salad or potato salad, try ranch dressing instead of mayo.. ..yummmmm.


    oh, and fresh dill in either one is awesome too....

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    thanks, sounds yummy

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    What a great idea, next time will give this a try.

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    Good idea

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    I use green olives instead of pickles.

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    Thanks for the tip. I'll give it a whirl!!

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    I would like to suggest using blue cheese dressing in potato salad instead of mayo.....yummy!

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    Grma used her home made cole slaw dressing for her potato salad....so good.Then Mom used it for macaroni salad......things carry on :)

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    I made a pasta salad w/kidney beans and corn with the usual onions, celery, green and yellow peppers. Mixed it with Greek dressing. Whole neighborhood gobbled it up.

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    Sounds good, will try it next time.

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