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Sunday, 07 February 2010

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Kirk

Hi Ann - I'm not a fan of cheese with my tuna salad.... but the idea of a panini sounds heavenly!

Stephen

I love tuna sandwiches. BF mayo, garlic powder, a little dill. Maybe some red pepper flakes. Yum.
That bread looks great. Did you make it. Don't care for sprouts or pickles or pickle relish.
Had a tuna salad from somewhere and they put sliced black olives in it. Yuck! I only make my own now.

Kirk

Hi Stephen - No I didn't bake the bread..... but it went really well with the tuna! I'm not a fan of relish or pickles in my tuna salad.... these days I rarely have tuna sandwiches....maybe once or twice a year.

AZ

Mom came to the US right after WWII so azuki beans weren't available in the small mining town I grew up in. When she got hungry for azuki beans she would just add sugar to pinto beans and roll it up in a tortilla [[[shudder]]]. As for black beans, I tried them once, can't get past the color, give me pinto beans or give me nada!

Kirk

Hey AZ - That doesn't mean you won't like Sekihan now! ;o) We never used mirin growing up because it wasn't readily available, and was very expensive, didn't have fresh mushrooms either, only canned..... still I can understand, since I'll only use Coral Tuna.

The Food Ho

Hey Kirk, Where'd you get the Savoie sausage? We don't really look hard and we use the two brands that they have at Von's, which are fine

Kirk

Hey FH - I got the Savoie from Mardi Gras Cafe and Marketplace in Point Loma:

Mardi Gras Cafe Marketplace
3185 Midway Dr Ste E
San Diego, CA 92110-4542

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