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March 01, 2010

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Christina Connell

saved this recipe. sounds sooo yummy!

GinaE

Added this one to my recipe collection. I usually have most of these ingredients, except the fresh dill. I've tried growing it so many times, but it's just too hot where I live. Hate that, it's one of my favorite herbs. Thanks for a much better version of an old classic. Love your blog!!

Kelly

It is sooo good, ladies. Just...wow. Thanks for reading!

Gina, I'd imagine you could use dried dill instead of fresh here in a pinch, but use a lot less than a tablespoon. :)

The Beautiful Kind

OMG OMG DROOOOL I want!!!!

I aim to make this one happen.

And I echo this!! yay IT'S FINALLY NOT FEBRUARY ANYMORE

The Beautiful Kind

Oh my god. Are you ready for my religious experience testimonial? I hated tuna casserole as a kid, all that nasty tuna helper copout. So I decided to turn this into a therapeutic exercise.

I bookmarked this recipe. I thought about it for days. Fantasized about it, actually. I girded my loins, went to the grocery and bought the most fattening things there. I came home, put on some Leonard Cohen, drank two beers, prepared it with love, felt very fancy, channeled Julia Child.

The leek sauce? I scraped the bowl like it was cake batter. I got reckless and forgot to reserve some of the pasta liquid. I SPRINKLED VINEGAR POTATO CHIPS on it. That was craziness!

Then I gobbled it up before it had a chance to cool and I burned myself BUT I COULDN'T STOP. OH MY GOD. TUNA RAPTURE.

FREAKED INTO HEAVEN.

Rising Moon Spring Ale goes well with this trough. I mean, dish.

Kelly

YES. I'm proud of you, TBK. I about went out of my mind loving it. Thanks for your testimony!

Sydney Fun

Cheese with tuna looks so yummy! Will try to follow this and will see how the taste turn out. However videos for these recipes will be a great help for people like me

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