Filmmaker Corey Paul joined us this morning with an invitation for you to attend the free premiere of Discover Zac Ryan. This is a pro-life film, made in Aiken with many local actors. You can get free tickets to one of the showings by clicking here.
Posted by John Bryant at 8:08 AM
4 medium potatoes
1/2 stick butter, melted
3 heaping dinner tablespoons of mayonnaise
3 tablespoons Dill pickle relish
1/2 cup chopped onion
2 oz pimentos
Peel and cube potatoes and place in boiling water until softened (NOT mushy--you will have mashed potato salad if you wait too long). While boiling, sprinkle a generous amount of salt in the pot. After draining potatoes and allowing to cool for a few minutes, pour butter over potatoes. Mix together with hands or large spoon. Add mayo, relish, onion and pimentos and mix well. Here comes the tricky part: the mustard. My original recipe calls for "5 continuous seconds squirting mustard," however my dad and I have found that it's best to just gradually add the mustard as you go. Add some, stir, taste and add more as needed. Remember: you can always add, but you can't take away. Chill in refrigerator or serve warm--however you like it!
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Posted by John Bryant at 8:12 AM
Kami Rice joined us this morning to talk about Mommy & Me Missions, a group of moms and kids doing local missions together this summer. To find out more information, you can visit their Facebook page or e-mail email@example.com. You can also read more about them in the Aiken Standard.
Posted by John Bryant at 7:16 AM