WIATuesday

I love to do a What I Wednesday  but sometimes Wednesdays don’t work for my normal eating schedule. Bowen and I are going fishing bright and early Wednesday am so how about a What I ate Tuesday? Thanks for hosting this post  Jenn–it’s always lots of fun!

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My morning started off with a quick breakfast of key lime greek yogurt, not the most healthy and filling but delicious nonetheless ! I am DIGGING this key lime flavor–it reminds me of that delicious key lime bread pudding from The Wash House I mentioned a few post back.

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I’m pretty religious about having an apple a day around 10 o’clock, this morning was no different. I enjoyed a big ol’ honey crisp apple with a hot cup of joe. Speaking of hot, it’s blazing down here in Fairhope–I mean it’s really hot people. I usually make a salad on Sunday of romaine and red leaf lettuce for the week but I just got tired of it. Today, I had the most delicious Seven Superfood Salad from Publix. This mix contains broccoli, brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, cranberries and pumpkin seeds.

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Supper was super simple. I almost hate to post this recipe because it’s so easy but on those summer nights when you don’t feel like turning on the oven or heating up the stove–this dish is perfectly, satisfying. Tuna salad stuffed tomato is hard to beat in the summertime. I hope everyone has an awesome week. I’ll be back with my five favorites and a mexican dish in a couple of days!

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Tuna Salad Stuffed Tomatoes

1 local, ripe tomato peeled and quartered

5 oz albacore tuna

1/4 c. onion, minced

2 T sweet pickle relish

1 T mustard

1/2 c. low fat mayo

1/4 c. full fat mayo

2 hard boiled eggs, chopped

kosher salt and cracked pepper to taste

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For the hard boiled eggs, cover 2 eggs with water and bring to boil, cover and turn off heat for 12-15 minutes. peel and chop eggs. Combine tuna, onion, relish, mustard, mayo, salt and pepper. cover and refrigerate until ready for supper. There is nothing better than a ripe, summer tomato-it’s the perfect compliment to this tuna salad. Enjoy!

I pretty much eat  a little dessert every night but I don’t want to spoil my favorites for the week. Stay tuned!

 

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