I love cucumbers so I had to give this recipe a shot. This is a perfect, refreshing summer salad and it is super easy to make!
Balboa Island is where both Grandma Joyce and Great-Grandma Mary spent their summers. They would sit on the tiny little patios and watch walkers pass by on the boardwalk, boaters sail through the channel and grand kids dig in the sand.
This recipe came straight from Great-Grandma Mary’s collection, but it wasn’t dated. This got me wondering…when did Pillsbury start putting biscuits and crescents into cans? Was that during her lifetime?!
This recipe came from Great-Grandma Mary’s stash. Makes sense, it is designed to feed a crowd, in a hurry, with minimal hands on time.
I wouldn’t have expected this one from Grandma Joyce…I don’t really remember her as a ketchup kind of girl. To be honest, I snickered a bit as I was making this less than impressive dish. I’m not a ketchup girl myself, especially not the kind that likes ketchup on her eggs!