Tuna Casserole

Yea or nay?

10 comments:

Christa Jeanne said...

Depends on the recipe, but yea! I still use the recipe from the cookbook my elementary school put out circa 1990, and I make it on a regular basis. Total comfort food, plus almost everything is on hand in the pantry or freezer, which is a total plus.

trb48 said...

Are we speaking in English or Korean?

Joel said...

That's an important distinction. English; otherwise it would be a trick question.

Jen said...

korean-speaking nerds.

um... yes please to the tuna casserole. love. Could it be called a guilty pleasure food? Not because it's fatty, but because it's tuna. Like how when you were small and you'd smell tuna fish from some other kid's lunch and you were like "ew GROSS!" but secretly, everyone liked it.

Joel said...

Fun bit of trivia: in Korean, both yea and nay mean yes. So that's why it would be a trick question.

Jen said...

...and that's why you're a nerd.

:)

Joel said...

Fortunately, I know that, coming from you, that's a compliment.

lizzyland said...

Nay. I used to love it but my girls as both allergic to seafood, and John's allergic to milk. Apparently if you don't have it for years, it starts to become kinda yucky. Also much better if made with tuna from the Pacific than the Atlantic. Who knew there was difference?

A Bunch of Roaches said...

Love love love tuna casserole. Yummy!

Elaine said...

Tuna Cassarole the way Katie's Grandma Cottam used to make it. Her dad will remember. YUMM! Your mother-in-law makes a delish dish too. In fact, your MIL is a great cook and bread baker!