Tuna salad snadwich for lunch };o)

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Tuna salad snadwich for lunch };o)

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Can? I don't need no stinkin can :wink:
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Hmm, Roasted garlic baguette 8)
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Tuna Salad Sandwich For Lunch

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Uh, Dennis,,, when did you say you were coming out this way?????

Seriously, it looks great, bet it was tasty.

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It looks delicious! I love tuna :P
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Im not much for the stuff in da can 8) I still have some for tomorrow :wink:
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I do buy canned tuna...but ONLY Albacore. It cost more but man, there is no comparison to the regular canned tuna crap! It's actually solid white filet chunks instead of ground fishy mush.
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Yep, Some of the tuna in the envelopes are pretty good to
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Dennis The Bus Dweller wrote:Yep, Some of the tuna in the envelopes are pretty good to
I tried mailing some tuna, but the envelope got all soggy.
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The plastic tuna mails much better, try that next time 8)
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At least you can find your sandwich in the dark. You don't use as much electric that way :wink:
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DF....I was thinking about that :cry: I should go today and buy up a crap load of canned Albacore before the fallout fish get canned :shock:

Yes, Dennis, those foil packs are pretty good. They make salmon that way, too. The great thing about those is they store very well and don't take up much space.
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They make salmon that way, too. The great thing about those is they store very well and don't take up much space
Yep, there great in a pinch 8)
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Today's my bread baking day....just getting ready to punch the dough down for the second rising....fresh homemade bread in about an hour ♥ I bet it would go great with some of that homemade tuna salad :P

Guess it'll just have to go with the homemade Lentil Soup I made this morning...Mmmm!
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