Tuna Salad 2 ways

Hello! It’s me again from the sunny state of Florida. Did you think you were going to get a vacation from me? Not on your life people! Although I did bring a few of my favorite kitchen things with me, and of course PW’s blasted cookbook….that thing is totally ruining my chances of getting in a bikini this trip. Ree you ever consider a getting into exercise video’s? Kind of a Jane Fonda meets cowgirl type a deal…….well you think about that Ree girl and get back to me, I’ll help ya work it out…get it?  Work it out…..

So anyway….what was I sayin, OH yeh…I’m not doing much cooking, some breakfast, and lunches, all dinners must be eaten out, on this vacation. So I thought I would share with you one of my kiddos favorite lunches. Tuna Salad, on crackers, and then my favorite version, Tuna Noodle Salad with Peas.

 

 

 

I grew up on canned tuna. My momma could make a mean Tuna Casserole, in the summer we often had this Tuna Noodle Salad with Peas, or Tuna Salad Sandwiches, and another Fritz family favorite Shit on a Shingle….yes I did just say that, and yes we did call it that. It was some sort of tuna slop on toast, not one of my favorites as a child. My parents lived pay check to paycheck and I think Tuna was a inexpensive way to get protein into a meal.

What is your mayonnaise salad of choice? Chicken, Egg, Tuna, or Ham?

I hope you enjoy.  Have a great day!

Sheila

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  1. 1
    Demetria L Friberg :

    Hope you are all having a FANTASTIC vacation. I love the idea of Ree doing a workout video…can’t you picture it. SOS, eh? When you gonna post that recipe?

    By far, Chicken Salad is my favorite but both of these look good. I might have to make today!

    Enjoy the rest of your week.

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      Sheila :

      Thanks friend! Looks like you were having some fun yourself back home, poolside! Hugs!

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    i love tuna salad! Its the perfect thing to serve for lunch or brunch or outdoor get togethers. Your ingredients sound fantastic together!

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    Egg salad! And of course next week after Easter is over and there are lots of hard boiled Easter eggs to eat up, it will be rainbow colored egg salad! Or maybe we are just terrible at dying eggs and not everybody has rainbow-hued eggs like we do.
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      Sheila :

      OH I do love egg salad too! I make it nearly the same way as tuna salad, minus the crackers. So good! Have a blessed Easter weekend!

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    Those look AMAZING! I might have to choose one for my team lunch next time. I made them this chicken salad last week and they LOVED it. It would be my favorite mayo salad.
    http://houseofhills.org/2011/06/11/mandarin-chicken-salad/

    Thanks for sharing your yummy ones. Glad your having a great vacation. Rather jealous of my friends down at the beach…
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    Kim :

    Glad you are having a great Spring Break! We are having fun, here in the West Michigan area. Can’t wait to compare “notes” about PW’s new cookbook. I think I have made four different recipes so far. Excited to hear what you have been making! Safe travels on your way home and Happy Easter my friend!!
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      Sheila :

      Thanks Kim! I need to do a big catch-up PW post next week, show ya’ll what I’ve cooked up ; ) Have a great weekend with your family.