Swiss-German Potato Salad

There are three basic types of potato salad made worldwide: those tossed in an oil and vinegar base (served warm or cold), those draped in mayonnaise and those that are slowly stewed in a broth – usually meat-based. Of course, there are subtle differences between each type depending on the region or country. The use of herbs, onions or other flavoring agents are the typical marks of distinction. But what really sets apart the differences is the absolute loyalty to a particular style. It’s not a good idea to serve a mayo-based potato salad to someone who swears by a

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