To celebrate National Picnic Month, we’re highlighting a recipe for a classic picnic staple – potato salad. This is a recipe Carlton Senior Living resident, Tose, has been serving up the same way for many years as part of a family tradition. “My mother-in-law always served her potato salad in a blue Bauer bowl. I have done the same,” says Tose.
Tose’s recipe is just one of many featured in Carlton Senior Living Pleasant Hill’s Cookbook For a Cure. This beautifully illustrated cookbook features a collection of original recipes from Carlton associates, residents, families and friends of Carlton Senior Living and was created as a way to raise funds for Alzheimer’s research. This year, our goal is to raise $35,000 for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and each book purchased moves us closer to that goal.
The cookbook features a variety of recipes including Connie’s Kentucky Spoon Bread, Marivi’s Breaded Chicken Parmesan and Chef Jon’s Summer Broccoli Salad. You can purchase a copy of the cookbook for only $15 and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association to benefit Alzheimer’s research. Visit the Cookbook For a Cure page for ordering instructions.
Today we are pleased to bring you Tose’s Blue Bowl Potato Salad recipe from the Cookbook For a Cure:
If you would like your favorite original recipe to be included in our 2018 edition, send us an email.
The publication of this book was made possible by Terry Barrett, Associate Director of CSL Pleasant Hill and was whimsically illustrated by Katreece Montgomery, an associate at CSL Pleasant Hill.