My son did a tuna sandwich for his lunch last night
1 can tuna in water 1 quarter of red pepper diced half of stack of celeri diced 1 garlic pickle diced 1 table spoon of onion diced home made mayo 3 tbs. salt and pepper
He left some in the fridge so I took 4 melba toast and pread about a quarter of his spread that was left. this was my lunch with 150 cal of dried banana.
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Tuna SandwichMy son did a tuna sandwich for his lunch last night<br /><br /><br />1 can tuna in water<br />1 quarter of red pepper diced<br />half of stack of celeri diced<br />1 garlic pickle diced<br />1 table spoon of onion diced<br />home made mayo 3 tbs.<br />salt and pepper<br /><br /><br />He left some in the fridge so I took 4 melba toast and pread about a quarter of his spread that was left. this was my lunch with 150 cal of dried banana.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />So yummy!!
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