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Old 11-19-2014, 10:58 PM   #141
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Addie, sometime try chopping some pimento stuffed green olives with it instead of pickles. I love those Spanish olives, and keep them just for my tuna.
Capers in the tuna, with red wine vinegar. Can't wait to try this with the yellowfin tuna in olive oil.
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Old 11-19-2014, 10:58 PM   #142
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Much like mine. Except the egg is optional. My mother always put eggs in hers. It makes it taste to much like egg salad if you add to many. And i know she added them to make it go further too.
If I do use egg, I use only one egg max for a small can.
Usually I forgo the egg.
I only use eggs if I already have them boiled, normally around Easter...so most of the time it is sans eggs.
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Old 11-19-2014, 11:04 PM   #143
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I've never used eggs in my tuna salad. I've also never used tuna in my egg salad!
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Old 11-20-2014, 01:12 AM   #144
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I've never used eggs in my tuna salad. I've also never used tuna in my egg salad!
How bout tuna in your macaroni salad with egg? Yumm..
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Old 11-20-2014, 06:32 AM   #145
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No, but I make a killer tuna casserole that includes egg noodles and hard boiled eggs...
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Old 11-20-2014, 12:27 PM   #146
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My mini FP does a great job on the onions and celery. They are chopped so fine that you don't even see them in the tuna. But the flavor is there. And that is what counts for me. I think the light chunky tuna has more taste, but I am the only one who likes it. So I keep one can of albacore on hand all the time in the event one of the kids stops in and is looking for something quick to eat. Otherwise I buy the tuna I like just for myself.
I like the crunch of the onion and celery.

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Huh....funny, I thought the yellowfin cans were all yellow. Either they changed them or I'm mis-remembering.
Olive oil! How much are they again?

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I've never used eggs in my tuna salad. I've also never used tuna in my egg salad!
My thinking as well. I also do not put eggs in potato salad for this very same reason. If I want egg salad, I will make some.
Sometimes I will use eggs in potato salad. I did last Football Sunday. My wife said it was the best I made for her.
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Old 11-20-2014, 03:09 PM   #147
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How bout tuna in your macaroni salad with egg? Yumm..
Tuna in mac salad no eggs.

I have 2 TJ's close but never tried their tuna. I love the bagged greens,
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How much is a can of TJ Tuna and how much does a can weigh?
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How much is a can of TJ Tuna and how much does a can weigh?
MsM, and RB, it's $2.29 in the store for the standard size can packed in olive oil.
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Huh....funny, I thought the yellowfin cans were all yellow. Either they changed them or I'm mis-remembering.
I think they recently changed the label Cheryl.
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