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Pan Seared Tuna with Orange Soy Glaze

How’s this for a Monday night meal?? This Pan Seared Tuna with Orange-Soy Glaze may look intimidating, but it’s actually ridiculously easy.  And it spruces up a mundane Monday nicely.   405 more words


Panko Crusted Tuna

I like to have tuna only once every couple of weeks, as it can contain high amounts of mercury, which can’t be good for anyone! But I truly love the texture, flavor and consistency of tuna, especially with a nice crispy exterior. 173 more words


Creamy Spaghetti Carbonara Using Canned Tuna

Carbonara is originated from Rome, Italy using only eggs, Pecorino / Parmesan cheese, Italian bacon and black pepper. Spaghetti is usually the primary pasta for this dish but other types can be used too such as fettucine and linguine. 254 more words


The Politics of Tuna

Hey friends! I know it’s been a long while since I’ve posted on this blog. Sorry! All is well with me and I’m working on several projects right now, so creating content for this blog has been put on the back burner. 146 more words

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Tuna and Lemon,

NOT your Mom’s Tuna Casserole!!

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Donna Hay

Tuna & Clams with Cilantro Dressing

The quality of Tuna served in UK restaurants has greatly improved both in the freshness and how it is cooked . Tuna is definitely a type of fish that needs to be undercooked, but to do that the freshness has to be second to none.   583 more words

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