Try this popular south-of-France take on tuna salad; it keeps well and has bright, fresh flavor that a mayonnaise-based tuna salad can’t match! Make a double batch on the weekend, then assemble your sandwich the night before on crusty bread for the full “pan bagnat” experience!
If you have ever walked down the Cooking Oil aisle at your local grocery store, you have probably been struck by the abundance of selections. Bottles of olive oil, both extra virgin and light, vegetable oil, canola oil, peanut oil, corn oil, coconut oil, flavored oils, etc. fill rows up to the ceiling, not to mention the tubs of shortening and perhaps even some containers of lard. But what should you be putting in your shopping cart?
Americans have a healthy obsession with losing fat. More than a third of Americans are obese, which increases the potential for many chronic illnesses, including heart disease, diabetes, and certain types of cancers.
As delicious as a freshly grilled cheeseburger is on a summer evening, we can all get sick of eating them too frequently during the season. Some evenings call for something quick, light, and refreshing. Try this on one of these nights.