No, not my grandma’s but somebody else’s. I’ve had this recipe for Grandma’s Potato Salad for a while and decided to make it for the Fourth of July. I did it a little differently. I only used 3 lbs of potatoes and kept the skins on. I also added grape tomatoes and diced celery and used 6 hard-cooked eggs quartered. It’s a sweeter potato salad and very delicious.
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