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Tuna, beans, fresh produce make savory salad

June 17th, 2008 · 2 Comments · Food preparation, local food

I was in a hurry for a quick (and delicious, of course) lunch. What to do? Combine some of the wonderful sugar snap peas (halved) from my CSA, green onions (chopped) and the first snips of parsley from my so-called herb garden with canned garbanzos (chickpeas), drained, and tuna packed in olive oil. Add a little salt and pepper, a shake of white wine vinegar, and I had myself a quick, delicious, no-cook lunch. Two lunches, actually.

The parsley and the salad, in pictures:

Do you do things like this? What are your favorite combinations?

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2 Comments so far ↓

  • Amanda

    I like tuna, cottage cheese and pickles mixed together… not as beautiful as the fresh produce combination you have… but good and quite easy.

  • Janet Majure

    Never thought of that one, but I’ll bet I’d like it. I certainly like the parts! Thanks, Amanda.