Let’s talk tuna. If somebody put a gun to my head, I could probably eat a can of the stuff all by itself but I’d rather not. I like tuna mixed with other things.
If I’m fixing a box of that Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, I’ll follow the instructions on the box, then add a can of drained tuna and also a can of drained peas and carrots. It gives that mac & cheese more bite.
When it comes to Tuna Helper, I give it a little help too. I always get the cheesy pasta type. The other kinds may be fine, but this is what I get. Yes. Set in my ways.
To the cheesy pasta, of course, you have to add the tuna, but I also add those drained peas and carrots to it. Again, something a little extra to make it more interesting.
On both the mac & cheese and tuna helper, when I’m ready to sit down and eat, I’ll usually top my dish of food with a little grated parmesan cheese.
No, don’t think I’ll be opening a restaurant anytime soon, but again, it’s better than opening up that damn freezer.
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