Happy Victoria Day to all my fellow Canadians!
Even though the first day of summer is still roughly a month away, for me, Victoria Day has always been the unofficial beginning of summer.
Barbecue season is underway, my strawberry plants are on the verge of yielding some sweet berries and I can now officially wear white pants without incurring the ire of the fashion police!
While we use the barbecue virtually year round at our house, for many Canadians Victoria Day is the first opportunity of the year to have a big barbecue.
If there’s one thing that I love at a barbecue, it’s potato salad. Much like pancakes, I’ve probably tried a thousand recipes for potato salad. And I believe I’ve loved every one!
For our Victoria Day celebration, I tried a recipe from the July 2005 issue of Canadian Living: Warm Potato Salad. The only change I made was to omit the green bell pepper, which never sits well with me for some reason.
It was a lovely salad and a perfect accompaniment to our meal.
This is my entry for this week’s Magazine Mondays. And here are some other entries to intrigue you:
I wanted to end off by sharing a delicious treat made by a family member. I have lots of little cousins and they’re all sweet but my “little” cousin J (she’s 21), made this delicious cheesecake for our family barbecue. So you can see the baking gene runs in the family. So sweet!
There won’t be a Magazine Mondays next week (May 31st) so we’ll see you in a few weeks.
Have a great week, everyone!