Abby AllingComment

tuna salad: a love story

Abby AllingComment
tuna salad: a love story

When the sun comes out for days and days in Seattle there's nothing to do but avoid it. It's 88 degrees outside, and a cool 80 inside. Turning on the stove or oven is not an option. In order to not starve we turn to one of the greatest comfort foods of the summer, some may say gross, and I say it's absolutely necessary. So enjoy. 

 soul mates 4eva. 

soul mates 4eva. 

The ingredients of the tuna salad are crucial, the measurements, not so much. 

5 oz Tuna in water (dolphin safe preferred, have a heart)

2 celery stalks, chopped

3/4 cup chopped cucumber

1/4 red onion, chopped

1/4 cup mayo

1 tb lemon juice

1 tsp lemon zest 

1 tsp oregano

all of the cherry tomatoes you want. so all of them. 

 

instructions: self explanatory. Here's a note, don't put the tomatoes in until it's ready to consume, or they'll get weird just hanging out in the fridge covered in fish. Yeah i said it. 

 

 all of the things!

all of the things!

 and we survive another summer!

and we survive another summer!