Anne's Zesty Potato Salad - Recipe of the Day

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Food stylist: Anne Disrude Prop Stylist: Meghan Guthrie

Don't let the phrase "homemade mayonnaise" keep you from making this recipe. Anne Burrell takes five simple ingredients from the pantry and the refrigerator and creates a creamy, homemade condiment with the help of the food processor. When the mayo is done, combine it with red potatoes, celery, garlic, onions and bacon for an easy Labor Day side dish.

Editor's note: If you don't have the time to make the mayonnaise from scratch or don't have a food processor handy, don't hesitate to use store-bought.

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