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    Easy dish for two

    My step-mother got this recipe and I just started making it again after 45+ years. It's real easy.

    Cut up one green pepper (must be green) and saute in oil. Add one small can of sliced mushrooms, drained. Add one can of tuna, drained. Add shredded cheddar cheese, enough to pull everything together when melted. Serve hot on toast.

    Sorry, I don't know the name of it. I just love it though. Sometimes I add a little onion when sauteing the pepper. It would be good over cooked rice too.

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    That sounds good..great summer type, quick tummy filler! Here's one from my dd...I did last nite and will definitely do again. Onto a piece of aluminum foil place 1 salmon steak, handful of whatever fresh veggies....I used the bagged fresh veggie mix from Walmart....I sprinkled with Bay seasoning,sprinkled with a bit olive oil cover and seal with another piece of foil, place on grill for 15-20 minutes......yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    That sounds good..great summer type, quick tummy filler! Here's one from my dd...I did last nite and will definitely do again. Onto a piece of aluminum foil place 1 salmon steak, handful of whatever fresh veggies....I used the bagged fresh veggie mix from Walmart....I sprinkled with Bay seasoning,sprinkled with a bit olive oil cover and seal with another piece of foil, place on grill for 15-20 minutes......yummy!
    We took summer vacations and I always packed my 1 burner gas stove, ice chest and supplies such as paper plates, foil etc. Many times we’d buy salmon and fix this in a park. Instead of frozen vegs, I sliced potatoes and onions, baby carrots a dab of butter and season it well. We ate good, many times with a great view and saved a ton of money besides. We slept in small town motels and called it “car camping”.

    Another camping favorite was boil a large kettle of water and add small potatoes, onion, carrots, corn on the cob (all from a produce stand) and ring bologna. Cook it all together in boiling water. Even tastes better with a nice view of a lake, etc.

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    I love peppers but they don't love me back. Peppers and cucumbers are the only things that bother my stomach. I always pay when I indulge!
    The recipe sounds great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    I love peppers but they don't love me back. Peppers and cucumbers are the only things that bother my stomach. I always pay when I indulge!
    The recipe sounds great.
    Cucumbers and raw peppers do me, too.
    Cukes actually make me rather violently tummy ill. I have to really watch for them in purchased salads.
    But I love and indulge in sauteed peppers in all sorts of things, even stuffed and baked if I parboil them a few minutes first.
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    ptquilts, your recipe reminds me of something my grade-school best friend's German mother made. I made it for years, too, and my kids have their own particular memories of it:

    Mix a can of tuna with a can of cream of mushroom or cream of chicken soup, and about a half can of milk. Spread the mix over 6 slices of bread placed in a 9" X 13" pan. Bake in a 350 degree oven till the mixture is starting to brown a little on top, and is bubbly. About 20 minutes. It is called tuna pizza, but you probably will need to eat it with a fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garden Gnome View Post
    ptquilts, your recipe reminds me of something my grade-school best friend's German mother made. I made it for years, too, and my kids have their own particular memories of it:

    Mix a can of tuna with a can of cream of mushroom or cream of chicken soup, and about a half can of milk. Spread the mix over 6 slices of bread placed in a 9" X 13" pan. Bake in a 350 degree oven till the mixture is starting to brown a little on top, and is bubbly. About 20 minutes. It is called tuna pizza, but you probably will need to eat it with a fork.
    That sounds good and I have a can of soup in my cupboard!!

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    What is ring Bologna?

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    Wow that sounds yummy. Thanks for sharing it.
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    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    What is ring Bologna?
    At first I thought “maybe this is a Midwestern thing” but I goggled it and a picture came right up. Find it by the hotdogs.

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    I'm late to this party, but I have to add that my DH and I started calling this "Tuna Soup Goop" when we were newlyweds, and the name stuck. I am an hour late even thinking about what we should have for dinner tonight because I have been sewing and not looking at the clock. So this is just the thread I needed to find. Thanks!
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