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Perfectly Delicious Potatoes...and Salad

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Last Friday Everyday Food engineer, Shavon Meyers and I were treated to a delicious in studio potato tasting and salad making tutorial by our radio host, Sandy Gluck.

Sandy brought in a variety of potatoes that are great for using in potato salads.

The potato salad recipes that Sandy guided us through are available on MarthaStewart.com.  Having only grown up with mayonnaise-based potato salads, Shavon decided to go a different route and make the Warm German Potato Salad, while I went straight for making the Tangy Potato Salad with Scallions, both recipes are from past issues of Everyday Food magazine.  However, neither of us could pass up making or tasting a Basic Potato Salad.  Check out the gallery below to see how they turned out.

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To make the Warm German Potato Salad Shavon first got all of her ingredients in order.

1 To make the Warm German Potato Salad Shavon first got all of her ingredients in order.

Viola!  A delicious success.

2 Viola! A delicious success.

The Tangy Potato Salad calls for white wine vinegar, but Sandy surprised me and brought in my favorite red vinegar from a previous tasting.

3 The Tangy Potato Salad calls for white wine vinegar, but Sandy surprised me and brought in my favorite red vinegar from a previous tasting.

Looks like a masterpiece to me.

4 Looks like a masterpiece to me.

The Basic Potato Salad was simple to put together, so Sandy brought in a delicious pickle creation to add in some extra flavor.

5 The Basic Potato Salad was simple to put together, so Sandy brought in a delicious pickle creation to add in some extra flavor.

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