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A late night Snack becomes Dinner

I failed to share a story yesterday because it came about at 10:30 pm. I was craving a late night snack and decided around 10pm I was going to build a Tuna Fish sandwich. Down to the pantry I went. Opened a can of Tuna mixed in Hellmann's Mayo and spread it on two thick slices of Hearty Italian bread.The bread was spread with the last of my Fresh Guacamole made from the Farmer's Market Avocados and SamM salsa {diced Roma tomatoes and White onions marinating in Rice vinegar Balsamic style} I finished off my creation with plenty of SamM salsa. And cut it into threes.

Upon consuming my sandwich near the Wife, I heard " I smell Tuna" "Oh! can I have a bite?" I gave up the last section of sandwich. Originally when I went hunting for a late nite snack she was munching on Potato stix. I refer to any snacks like that as diverticulosis snax. Why you ask? Because my brother had Diverticulosis from eating too many of those type of processed snacks.

Now for the rest of the story. I asked,"Do I need to make another sandwich ?" Her response was,"Yes, Pllleease" Back to the pantry, this time for the larger Starkist can.I did remember to ask,"Do I change any part of the recipe ?" Her response was, "More Miracle Whip" She did not know that meant a product change. No Hellmann's , Miracle Whip instead. I obliged and also switched to German Dark Wheat bread. This time I made two sandwiches cut into sixes and added sliced pickles on the side. Brought  drinks, Offered ice cream for dessert. We had ourselves a full blown meal. Laid awake til midnight and fell asleep while watching Hawaii five-O , taped on the DVR.

 

Tonight's meal made with Chicken Breast marinated in Dill juice will be repeated soon. As she cleaned up her plate, the Wife said " This was good" Tapping her fork on the plate, She said," You need to make this again" I will before I use up all the Chicken breast.



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