Anyway, that really has nothing to do with the recipe this week, except to explain why I haven't gotten it up sooner. Since I wasn't cooking, it was a little hard to blog my recipes - Emmy cooked things that I've already blogged or are so simple that there really seemed no point in sharing the recipes.
On to the recipe...
My mom always made her macaroni salad the same way. You know, mayo, relish, olives, tuna fish, etc. A few years into our marriage, Rock and I discovered a pasta salad mix at the local Sam's Club (or was it Costco?) and fell in love. Unfortunately, they only carried it for a few months. I had to come up with a substitute and this is it. I call it Greek Pasta Salad as opposed to the American Pasta Salad from my mom (which I make as often as this one).
Greek Pasta Salad
-1 can black olives, coarsely chopped
-4-6 oz feta cheese, crumbled
-Sun-dried tomatoes, coarsely chopped
-Balsamic Vinaigrette salad dressing
Toss the pasta, olives, cheese and tomatoes together in a bowl. Add a cup or so of the dressing and toss again. Add more dressing if needed.
(My family can eat the entire batch in one sitting.)