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When I was a little girl, I had the privilege of having two grandparents and one great-grandparent living a few blocks from me. My Great-Grandma Gladys was my favorite. She always let me play with her breakable figurines; we would sing and dance around together listening to Lawrence Welk on 8 tracks and PBS.
Grandma Gladys didn't eat health food. She drank "cowboy" coffee (coffee grounds that have been boiled) and loved apple fritters. However, she also loved fruits and vegetables and hardly ever ate processed food. I can still remember how she walked to the grocery store 10 blocks away while she was in her late 80s.
This apple salad is made with Miracle Whip and mustard, but it tastes sweet instead of sour. The odd combination of condiments with added vanilla and sugar creates a dressing that tastes like apples. Add banana and walnuts for an array of soft and crunchy textures that is perfect for any dinner table.
The ingredients for the dressing.
I used honey mustard since I didn't have any yellow mustard.
Mixing it all together.
I'm still not sure how I feel about turning the flash off on my camera.