Category Archives: Cooking with tuna

A natural

Think of St Jude as a natural alternative to a prescription drug. That’s what Holly C. Corbett writes for Prevention:  “These drug-free remedies may help you prevent chronic disease and tackle illness—without side effects,” the article begins, adding that putting … Continue reading

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Mediterranean Tuna Wrap

MEDITERRANEAN TUNA SANDWICH:   (Woman Future Benefit)    6 oz. can of St. Judes Mediterranean canned tuna,  Whole Wheat pita or tortilla, Kalamatra olives,  Red Onion,  Garlic-herb feta cheese, Mayonnaise , Arugula Slightly warm your pita or tortilla, then spread a … Continue reading

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Wich-craft

A tuna sandwich doesn’t need mayonnaise. Between the Bread offers a mouth-watering example with its Tuna, Fennel and Lemon ‘Wich. Nancy Einhart describes the sandwich as “magnificently complex and innovative.” She started with a sandwich from the cookbook Wichcraft: Turn … Continue reading

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Tuna zing

Albacore tuna is tasty on its own. Hungry and ready for a tuna-fish sandwich, we forget just how much tuna can withstand spice. Good Morning America offered a Tuna Melt with Flair, including horseradish, cumin and other spices. Vary the … Continue reading

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Just add air

The best chefs pay attention to the tiniest details – and that can go down to the molecular level. MolecularRecipes.com is a website devoted to such techniques: “Molecular gastronomy is the science of cooking but it is commonly used to describe … Continue reading

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Tartare

Two great recipes for tuna tartare are in! The first from Stefan Richter with soy sauce, sweet chile sauce, rice vinegar, siracha, sesame oil, coconut milk and lots of spices. And second, inspiration from the French Garden Restaurant, in Sebastopol, California, … Continue reading

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A favorite

David Tanis writes about albacore for the New York Times: “Albacore … is a treat and easy to prepare at home. It is also abundant, with healthy fisheries all along the Pacific Coast as well as parts of the Atlantic. The … Continue reading

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Last taste of summer

How quickly it passed, the fresh tastes and warm, long days of summer. So why not toast the season’s end with a recipe that’s summer in every way: Watermelon tuna ceviche from Terry Boyd and Blue Kitchen. Ingredients required are … Continue reading

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Beach grill

After all the summer parties and gatherings, are you tired of hamburgers? Then here is a burger from Recipe.com and Food & Wine to tempt your tastebuds: Tuna Nicoise Burger. The ingredients: fresh tuna, scallions, kalamata olives, capers, olive oile, brioche, anchovy paste and fresh tomato … Continue reading

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Sustainable sushi

Bamboo Sushi claims to be the first certified sustainable sushi restaurant in the country – “every piece of fish has an unchallengeable ecological pedigree,” claims David Sarasohn for The Oregonian.  

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