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Potato salad becomes even cooler using different ingredients

A Greek-style potato salad puts Kalamata olives, Greek yogurt, chopped cucumber and feta cheese into the mix. (Photo courtesy United States Potato Board)
A Greek-style potato salad puts Kalamata olives, Greek yogurt, chopped cucumber and feta cheese into the mix. (Photo courtesy United States Potato Board)
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Hot dogs and hamburgers, steak and chicken, shrimp and short ribs. They’re all right at home with a side of potato salad. “It is the quintessential backyard picnic or barbecue food,” said Meredith Myers, a spokeswoman for the United States Potato Board in Denver, Colo. “If you’ve got a grill going, you’ve got potato salad. Potato salad season goes from about the beginning of May into September. This is the high time for potato salad.” ...


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