Monday, December 15, 2008
Tuna a la king to be precise. I love this quick and easy dish. Tuna a la king was one of the very first things I learned how to make as a kid. I loved it on toast, most especially on toast from my grandmothers homemade horno bread. This preparation was on some super twisty noodles called Cavatappi.
An horno is an outdoor oven popular in the southwest. They are made from adobe bricks and they hold the heat like any brick oven would, plus the smokiness from the local pinon wood made the bread so delicious and so special.
I have 7 (seven) posts to go to reach my goal of 365 - there are 16 (sixteen) more days left in the year so I am going to be spreading out my posts to every other day so as not to go over my limit. I have heard many arguments against my little task of EXACTLY 365 but I said I would and I WILL do exactly 365. Next year I will re-evaluate this 'limit' and decide if I will do it again or not, but for now this is where we are.
Posted by Christo Gonzales at 5:45 PM