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October 12, 2011

A tuna fish sandwich. Boring to most but not to me.  The augmentations are of the utmost importance when concocting a tuna salad sandwich.  This ain’t no tuna melt.  There is only one way I like my Hot Tuna, loud.  Getting back to the fish at hand, the gang of embellishments are what  keeps me coming back to those little round cans.  There is no denying the low tide aroma of a freshly opened tin.  After the ebb, I mix the contents with  spoons of mayo and dijon.  Chopped onion and (of course) celery are added with some fresh herbs.  Carefully fill the Buckwheat ciabbata roll with the Alfalfa sprouts and  slap on  slices of provolone and tomato.  Don’t be Stymied by the fuss.  This Chubsy Ubsy sandwich would make Miss Crabtree proud.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Geener permalink
    October 12, 2011 6:15 pm

    No Olive Oyl here!! Only a “StarKast” crowns this masterpiece. Not sure if it can be topped??? Can it??? “Uh-huh”

    Haze this member into the “Club” (He-Man Woman Haters) by adding a few slices crisp, salty “Porky” bacon.

    No holligan will leave a crumb…except of course for Rascal Mickey Gubitosi. Only Genoa will do on his spulette..

  2. Geener permalink
    October 12, 2011 6:40 pm

    No “Olive Oyl” here!! Only a “StarKast” crowns this masterpiece. Not sure if it can be topped??? Can it??? “Uh-huh”
    Haze this member into the “Club” (He-Man Woman Haters) by adding a few slices of crisp, salty “Porky” bacon.
    No hooligan will leave a crumb…except of course for Rascal Mickey Gubitosi. Only Genoa will do on his spulette..

  3. April 9, 2012 2:29 pm

    Try adding a little horseradish to that mayo/dijon….

  4. April 14, 2012 10:07 am

    Wow defenatly a McDonald move over

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