Potato Salad

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4 cups of red potatoes ~Washed, trimmed and cut up if large ~ pour into pot and fill
with water to cover. Add to this:

2 tablespoons of Salt

½ tablespoon of Black Pepper

½ tablespoon of Morton Seasoning Salt

½ tablespoon of Worcestershire Sauce

Boil about 20 minutes or til done, drain well ~ add to this while hot!

½ cup diced Red Pepper

½ cup diced Celery

½ cup Mayonnaise mixed with ½ cup Sour Cream. You may need more mayo mix as potatoes
will soak up the mixture as they cool.

Place into your favorite dish lined with Curley lettuce and garnished with a ring of Red
Pepper and Celery leaves.



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