Back in June I posted a story with photos here about Planting Potatoes With a Little Girl. It was a story about children, brutish boys, cute little girls, and, in particular, the neighbor girl that Marlene had been babysitting.
Yesterday, Marlene watched the little girl again for the day. We made it a point to take her out to the garden and dig some potatoes from the seed she had planted. The potato plants have died off and some weeds have grown up on the hilled rows. But just under the soil there is a beautiful crop of homegrown spuds. Marlene worked the fork, I manned the camera, and the little girl picked the hidden potatoes as they came into view.
She thoroughly enjoyed herself and went home with a small pail of her own delicious Yukon Gold tubers.
~Not Just Any Potato Salad~ - This potato salad doesn't have a story. *Except that it is adapted from Cook's County's All-American Potato Salad recipe!* From my very first sample iss...
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