I've had a can of tuna in my pantry for a while now.
I think about using it.
I look at it and think, "I really need to use that."
But today, I craved tuna!
I think "craving" is your body's way of getting something it's missing.
I'm kidding about Riboflavin; I just like saying that, even though I don't know what it is!
For lunch, I took my one little can of tuna and made tuna salad.
Only my girl cherub was at home, so I offered to share.
She's wasn't to excited about tuna salad; she said it smells gross.
Why is that?
What a turn-off; to rip off the lid of tuna at work . . . .
and the room fills with the disgusting smell of tuna!
But I'm at home today so I didn't worry about offending anybody;
not even my girl cherub!
After I made the salad, I offered my girl cherub a bite.
Guess what! She liked it!
She asked for it for lunch tomorrow!
I guess I'll need to get another can of tuna!
1 small can tuna, drained (I use white tuna)
1 TBSP finely chopped onion
1 TBSP mayonnaise
1 small squirt of mustard
1 TBSP pickle relish (you pick if it's dill or sweet)
1 boiled egg, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
In a small bowl, place the tuna and use your fork to "unpack" the fish.
Add the remaining ingredients and stir together.
Serve with toasted bread, crackers, or celery.