This recipe is super simple to make, and may be easily carried to parties or special events with friends or family.
INGREDIENTS - Should Serve 12
6 Medium Potatoes, cooked and cubedz
3 Tbsp Lemon Juice
10 Olives, Diced
2 Onions, chopped
6 Hard-Boiled Eggs, quartered or diced
1 Green Pepper, Chopped
Salt & Pepper to Taste
Add a Dash of Cayenne or Paprika for spiciness if you like
5 Tbsp Mayonnaise (add more for extra creaminess)
Combine all of the ingredients in a large bowl, then cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
Everyone will now fall in love with your culinary skills.
"Just one more thing" might mean the kiss of death to a murderer if a detective utters these words during a visit, and is the lead in for lots of other bothersome questions to come. (lol) This is probably one of the most famous quotes of all time from a television program. If you guessed this quote came from the the series Columbo, you go to the head of the class.
We've seen many detectives come and go, but Columbo has to be the most creative. The original series of this phenomenal program ran from 1971 - 1978. All was right with the world once again when the series came back for 4 more seasons in 1989, and there were numerous movies done until everything came to an end in 2003.
What made this show so unique? Peter Falk was brilliant as what appeared to be a clueless detective in a shabby raincoat, driving a beat up car and smoking a cigar. Faithful followers, however, knew that it was only a matter a time before Columbo caught his "man or woman" with clever detecting. You never knew when he would show up at your job, home, in the garden, at a movie theater, etc, with pesky persistence.
The actors who portrayed the villains were, and still are totally fun to watch and include William Shatner, Dick Van Dyke and Robert Culp. But my all time favorite who did it better than any other bad guy - the very great Leonard Nimoy. Talk about icy characterization. Whew!
If you're a fan and miss these programs, you can catch a few on The Hallmark Movie Channel, or A & E. They may also be purchased on Amazon. Me - I got really lucky and found the entire boxed DVD set at a pawn shop in Virginia Beach at the perfect price of just $9.00, and because I admired a really neat pink calculator, the manager threw that in for FREE. (lol) I know you already know that despite having the collection at home, everytime it comes on, I can't help myself and watch again.
What about you? Are there some programs that you can't get enough of, and keep watching over and over again?