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Personally, I think the "glaze" is gilding the lily. Potato salad is fine just the way it is.
Here's a closeup of Hellmann's recipe Glazed Potato Salad:
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Posted at 11:15 PM in Salads and salad dressings | Permalink
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I remember recipes like this from the 50's and 60's! Some of them, like sandwich loaves, were frosted with cream cheese and adorned with the same veggie slices, and very pretty they were, too, if they weren't too "home-made" looking. It's my belief this kind of thing filtered down to the middle classes and based on classic French dishes like pate, coated with aspic, and adorned with truffles and such.
01 June 2011 at 11:52 AM
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