GPS - German Potato Salad. Three days in a row, and it just didn't get old. From here on out, this will often be the plan.
Made it Thursday night, and ate it with some VGH's (Very Good Hotdogs). VGH's being eaten in this house, courtesy of a couple of decades of professionally orchestrated whining about the stuff that goes into the cheap ones, the occasional informative How It's Made coming on the television, and the increase in the number of local Trader Joe's.
At it again Friday night, courtesy of the prayerbook feastday of Sts. Philip and James, making the meat contained therein part of our feast - a feast of steak, fresh fruit salad (with a dressing that turned out really well - mayonaisse and fig preserves, no extra salt or sugar necessary), fresh new asparagus, and that GPS with the addition of more water and salt, baked in the oven.
And this morning, we ate it again! We weren't even tired of it. Last night's oven baking produced a very wonderful brown crust at the edges, and so I thought I couldn't do better than to make an all-over crust. Add egg and flour, form pancakes, and fry those babies. Yum, yum and yum ... and no more leftovers languishing in the fridge. I know it doesn't look like much, but it's got a good quality bacon and apple cider vingar, sugar, and celery seeds in the dressing. Tangy, a touch sweet, and savory. And very nice fried!