Here is another cool, simple dish…
Recipe: Tuna Salad
1 can of tuna fish in water, drained
couple shakes of pepper
1 stalk celery, diced
1 tbs. diced onion (optional)
2 tbs. sweet pickle relish
1 medium apple, diced
2 hard-boiled eggs, chopped
Directions: Mix all ingredients together. The amount of mayo depends on how creamy you want the tuna salad to be. Start with a couple tablespoons. Serve as a sandwich, on toast, or in a large tomato or red pepper. Refrigerate leftovers.
Thought of the Week: The premature campaigning for the 2012 election is the same-o, same-o rhetoric and bashing. Politicians do not know how to give straight, concise answers to any intelligent questions. Their bandwagons are flat with generalizations, which mean absolutely nothing. Republicans appear to have no definitive cures for what ails America, other than to get rid of Obama. Therefore, I strongly advise that every public debate, televised or otherwise, should include a totally objective fact-giver, like http://www.factcheck.org/ or the OMB (Office of Budget and Management), who can dispute or confirm what is being said about the economy or any other campaign issue. If everything that politicians said had to be the truth-and-nothing-but-the-truth, what a wonderful world this would be! Voters would actually have to utilize their brains to sort through real facts before going to the polls. Oh my, what a concept!