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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Hot Weather and Making Some Tuna Mac Salad


It is a scorcher here today. I am continuing to cook early in the morning so the kitchen does not get hot. Today I am cooking up a big batch of tuna mac salad. We love it and take extras for lunch the next day. With cut up fruit it makes a perfect summer supper. You can find the recipe here.

Remember my summertime kitchen tip here? So cook those noodles the way I shared to keep the kitchen cool. Also, you can hard boil your eggs the same way. Just bring the eggs to a boil and cover the pan, turn off the water and let sit 20 minutes.


7 comments:

Kris said...

Looks good. I opted for take out. Pizza.
xo Kris

Debby Ray said...

Oh that looks so yummy and refreshing. Sounds like it would be yummy baked like a casserole in cold weather too...with melted cheese on tip, of course :)

Maria said...

Phew! Here in Kansas was 103 yesterday, the hottest it has been. Watering the plants was like nothing. This does look so good. I had lobster mac n'cheese a few months ago and I am thinking: why did I never thought of putting "seafood" on mac n' cheese!

Debra at HOMESPUN: http://www.thehomespun.com said...

I had to check your recipe to see if it was similar to what I do...yes! I don't know when / where I started to put tuna into a cold macaroni salad but I have done so for ages and love it. And now I am craving it after seeing yours! :)

Linda said...

Looks delicious...we have been eating lots of no cook salads and sandwiches here...too hot to cook! Have a great day!

Laurie said...

yummo! Thanks for the great tip too! This will be lunch tomorrow!

Melanie said...

It's really hot here too and still 93 and humid tomorrow. This tuna mac looks really good and I have all the ingredients. Guess what I'll be making?! Thanks for the recipe.