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August 27, 2007

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On my list to make this weekend cause if there is one thing I worship it is a bitchin tuna melt and I am guessing this will make a first class open faced tuna melt.

Jo: Indeed it will.

I can tell you, traveling in Spain with cute chicks who speak Spanish really helps for memorable experiences. As Tammy said, the meal we had was fantastic. It was a hot day (100F) and we were tired and hungry. We didn't know what to order, so the staff said "We'll bring you all the best things!" And I can say, the tuna dish was surprisingly refreshing and delicious (as were the other dishes). What a great day!

I tried to make this and ended up with way too much onion and pepper and way too little tuna. Is it supposed to be primarily veggies with very little fish? It was delicious -- maybe I'll just try to make it with another can (or two) of tuna next time...

Becky: Thank you for your comment. You're right--that was supposed to be 2 cans of tuna fish. It's not supposed to be vegetables with a speck of fish. I've updated it accordingly. Sorry about that, I don't know what kind of drugs I was on when I typed up the recipe.

I stumbled onto this site yesterday when I came across a bourbon sauce for ham. Bookmarked it because I am always looking for new ideas. My wife is adverse to canned tuna but she loved the patty melt I made her today, with slight varaitions. I sauteed a few tablespoons of red and green bells with the same amount of onion. I then mixed in 2T mayo and made the patty melts with swiss. Thanks for the great recipe idea! I look forward to trying many more here in central Florida!

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