Step One: Fry up some bacon! I made this bacon earlier this morning then let it cool and cut it up into small pieces. There are about 13 small slices here. We started with 15 but a few may have gotten "lost" along the way. ;)
Step Two: Prep and boil your potatoes! I always use baby potatoes (baby reds and yellows here) and leave the skin on. Rinse them off and then put them in a pot of boiling water. Boil for 15-20 minutes or until potatoes can easily be pierced with a fork.
Step Three: Gather the remaining ingredients... mayonnaise, mustard, dill and garlic salt. I would normally substitute garlic powder for garlic salt, but I was all out.
Step Four: After your potatoes are finished cooking and have cooled a bit, cut them into bite size pieces (whatever size you want, actually, I just prefer bigger pieces so you really get that potato taste.)
Step Five: Add all of the ingredients and fold together with a large spoon. (This is where I should have taken more pictures of actually adding the ingredients... but I was distracted by a certain two year old who needed help with her play-doh.) You'll notice that I didn't put any amounts next to the ingredients. That's because I've never measured! I always just start with a little mayo, a little mustard, and keep adding until it's the consistency that I want. Then I add a small shake of garlic and a HUGE shake of dill. I adore the flavor of dill and it really blends with the flavor of the bacon very well.
Step Six: Sneak a bite or two and then cover with saran wrap and place in the fridge until cool.