Category Archives: Cooking with tuna

Tuna Cakes with Blackberry and Peach Salsa By Calm Eats

Joe and I have been so fortunate to meet Daniela Modesto with Calm Eats.  She has created a beautiful recipe for our Good Food Award winning Mediterranean canned albacore.  This recipe is Whole 30 and Paleo . Calm Eats St. … Continue reading

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Bread-free tuna sandwich

Just in time for spring – a great little tuna sandwich without the bread! Take your favorite kind of apple, rinse well, and make a series of thin slices – directly through the core. The seeds pop out and leave … Continue reading

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Brain food

Albacore tuna is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Adding foods that are rich in the omega-3 fatty acids can protect the aging brain, suggests a new study, as reported by Alice G. Walton in Forbes. Researchers at the University of … Continue reading

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Perfect pair

With Cauliflower and Tuna Salad, The New York Times continues its tradition of printing some of the trendiest, healthiest, most delicious recipes imaginable. The ingredients:  cauliflower, firm albacore tuna, garlic (which we can always take or leave, or you can … Continue reading

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Couscous

Here’s an easy, make-ahead dish for the busy holiday season: Israeli Couscous and Tuna Salad.  Thank you, Ina Garten and the Washington Post! The ingredients include couscous, canned tuna, lemon, olive oil capers, black olives, roasted red peppers, garlic, scallons … Continue reading

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Casserole update!

We have always thought of tuna casseroles – any casserole – as challenging to make. Yes, a cook can’t go wrong putting a jumble of ingredients into a casserole dish. But casseroles do require some planning and time. And food … Continue reading

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Cherries!

In the Cherries From Tree to Tabletop celebration,  Northwest Cherries commissions one restaurant from each state to submit a creation relying on Rainer cherries. In Connecticut, Chef Manuel Romero of Ibiza submitted Rainier Cherry Gazpacho with Frisse, Goat Cheese and … Continue reading

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Stacks!

We must be honest – the famous 2011 Washington Post contest for Top Tomato recipes gave us inspiration. If you want a light summer meal, a tuna salad sandwich without the bread, then here’s your recipe. And you could use … Continue reading

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Pickles?

Pickles come with controversy. Diners tend to have strong feelings about tunafish salad sandwiches, especially whether to add pickles and relish – or not. One good friend of ours, Rory Olsen, loved tunafish salad. It was the only sandwich she … Continue reading

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Grounds for divorce?

The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, the old saying goes. And guess it’s also the way out. If you want a divorce , consider serving whatever  dinner your husband likes least. “Excessive servings of tuna casserole have caused marital … Continue reading

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