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Old 04-23-2012, 04:52 PM   #11
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^ I've never had tuna casserole.
Part of me thinks it might be good and another part doesn't like the idea of hot tuna.
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:02 PM   #12
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DW is out of town tonight, so probably just leftovers.
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:11 PM   #13
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^ I've never had tuna casserole.
Part of me thinks it might be good and another part doesn't like the idea of hot tuna.
One of my favorite things at the cafe from work is a hot tuna melt... delish!
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:18 PM   #14
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^ I've never had tuna casserole.
Part of me thinks it might be good and another part doesn't like the idea of hot tuna.
I have a thing about canned tuna...I love it fresh, but canned...just can't do that. I did eat a lot of it growing up...I use turkey or chicken instead re: casseroles (which, I would call hotdish because of the regional area where I grew up).
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We are having breakfast for supper, French toast, bacon, and eggs. I had planned this a few nights ago but we ended up with fast food that night.
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:39 PM   #16
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I have a thing about canned tuna...I love it fresh, but canned...just can't do that. I did eat a lot of it growing up...I use turkey or chicken instead re: casseroles (which, I would call hotdish because of the regional area where I grew up).
I'm picky about tuna, I refuse to eat water packed, but adore imported Italian tuna.Another love tinned smoked trout.
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^ I've never had tuna casserole.
Part of me thinks it might be good and another part doesn't like the idea of hot tuna.
Same here, but I have smelled it and .
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Old 04-23-2012, 08:27 PM   #18
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Boneless loin chops braised in white wine. Basmati rice. Steamed zucchini in lemon butter sauce.

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^ I've never had tuna casserole.
Part of me thinks it might be good and another part doesn't like the idea of hot tuna.

Hot Tuna is surprisingly good. Tuna Casserole or Tuna Melt sandwiches.

And I suppose one could put buttered bread crumbs on top, but like Claire, I hope it's served with coarse crushed potato chips on top and cooked in the oven until bubbly and the creamy sauce oozes up around the edges. I like to make it with (frozen) peas added. I grew up with Canned Peas, but that is about the only real Difference I would make today. Oh, and a real sauce and not canned cream of mushroom soup. Yum !!

Here-- this'll get you in the mood to make a tuna casserole--

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Hot Tuna is surprisingly good. Tuna Casserole or Tuna Melt sandwiches.

And I suppose one could put buttered bread crumbs on top, but like Claire, I hope it's served with coarse crushed potato chips on top and cooked in the oven until bubbly and the creamy sauce oozes up around the edges. I like to make it with (frozen) peas added. I grew up with Canned Peas, but that is about the only real Difference I would make today. Oh, and a real sauce and not canned cream of mushroom soup. Yum !!

Here-- this'll get you in the mood to make a tuna casserole--

Leftovers tonight.

I love tuna casserole! (and I use canned cream of mushroom soup! Shhhh. Don't tell.)
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