More often than not, I end up eating lunch at my desk. Just a quick protein questbar. Other days, when I’m working from home and have time, I’ll whip up something quick. Today I made an egg burrito. Just a tortilla, two eggs, sour creme, and some cholula. The other day, I made the tuna fish sandwich shown above. There is nothing sexy about a tuna fish sandwich, but I do enjoy one now and again. A friend of mine had never had a fried bologna sandwich, so who knows, maybe you don’t know how to whip up a quick tuna fish sandwich. I don’t use recipes and don’t often measure, so my basic method is below:
Put two pieces of bread in the toaster. I use my wife’s homemade bread, but any will do. Get a bowl, and put one can of tuna in. I prefer tuna in olive oil, and add olive oil to drained tuna in water when I don’t have it. Next, squeeze some mayo (I like the kind that has olive oil in it) and pickle relish in the bowl. Slice up a stick of celery. Add red pepper flakes, cayenne pepper, or both. Mix it up. About this time, the toast should be ready, so assemble the sandwich and you’re good to go.
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