State's Witness in the Russian investigation.

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So, my [REDACTED] BBQ recipe seems to have struck a nerve with some folks here, while others seemed to like the idea.  So, as the asshole that I am I only listened to the positive comments and I decided to give you my [REDACTED] salad recipe.


This recipe comes north to Wisconsin from my Grandma from the the southern state of [REDACTED].  I made it over the Memorial Day weekend, and as always it was big hit.


First of all, you need to get your ingredients, and as some people noted in the comments to my [REDACTED] BBQ recipe, this recipe is made to feed a whole lot of people, and I don’t really know how to scale it down, given the measurements we use.


10 pounds of [REDACTED]



1 dozen [REDACTED]

1 Onion

Seasoned Salt


Take the 10 pounds of [REDACTED] and boil them until firm, yet soft.

While boiling the [REDACTED] begin to boil the 1 dozen [REDACTED].

While the [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] are boiling cut 1 jar of [REDACTED] [REDACTED] [REDACTED] [REDACTED] into small pieces and put in The Large Green Tupperware Bowl. Save the juice in the [REDACTED] [REDACTED] [REDACTED] [REDACTED] jar.

Also, dice 1 onion and place in the Large Green Tupperware Bowl.

When the [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] have boiled long enough, peel and dice to edible size, place into The Large Green Tupperware Bowl.

Empty one Jar of [REDACTED] [REDACTED] into the bowl.  Then use the juice from the [REDACTED] [REDACTED] [REDACTED] [REDACTED] jar to clean out the jar of [REDACTED] [REDACTED], pour that into The Large Green Tupperware Bowl.

Season with seasoned salt to taste and stir. It is great when eaten warm, and even better when chilled.  This is a family classic that everyone will love for generations.