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Ok, I love tuna so got sum good un's for ya!!

 

1) Jacket potato with tuna mayonnaise

2) Pasta shells/swirls, sweetcorn, tuna & mayonnaise (trust me, its nice, if you like all the ingredients that is!! lol!!)

3) erm actually thats it for now, sure i'll remember some more later!! lol!

 

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Ok, I love tuna so got sum good un's for ya!!

 

1) Jacket potato with tuna mayonnaise

2) Pasta shells/swirls, sweetcorn, tuna & mayonnaise (trust me, its nice, if you like all the ingredients that is!! lol!!)

3) erm actually thats it for now, sure i'll remember some more later!! lol!

 

:crazy:

 

Cool, 2 down 3 to go :clap:

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Tuna and Olive Pasta Bake;

Tuna, Parsley and Lemon Spaghetti;

Tuna Fishcakes;

Plain Tuna Pasta Bake;

Jacket Potato with Tuna and Sweet Corn Mayonnaise.

 

Tuna fishcakes are my favourite and you don't need that many ingredients, I make do with tinned tuna, potato (which I mash with a little milk and butter), and spring onions. Sometimes I add curry powder to add a bit of spice, but chilli does just as well.

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Tuna and Olive Pasta Bake;

Tuna, Parsley and Lemon Spaghetti;

Tuna Fishcakes;

Plain Tuna Pasta Bake;

Jacket Potato with Tuna and Sweet Corn Mayonnaise.

 

Tuna fishcakes are my favourite and you don't need that many ingredients, I make do with tinned tuna, potato (which I mash with a little milk and butter), and spring onions. Sometimes I add curry powder to add a bit of spice, but chilli does just as well.

 

 

You are both my heros!!! Thank you x

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Tuna, mayonnaise and some kind of yoghurt or cream, and onions on a grilled sandwich. Now remember I live in Sweden so it's a bit difficult to know all the ingredients you have in your countries. This is supposed to be almost lieke a paste to have on a tea sandwich or grilled sanwich.

Tuna, tomatoes, nice seasoning, some cream and pasta. Easy but ohh so good.

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If you want something different, why not go squirrel fishing? There are plenty of grey squirrels in London and the thighs are meant to be good meat. :wink:

 

And, if I may suggest you might want to purchase Richard Mabey's, "Food for Free" for the next time you are short on dosh. Actually, it's good all year round and helps reduce food bills. :popcorn: Or, Roger Phillip's, "Wild Food", which includeds recipes. Often the Oyster card will get you to places where you can forage a little way from the pollution. Apparently, Mr Mabey ate Field Mushrooms from St Paul's and grapes in Tottenham. :crazy:

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If you want something different, why not go squirrel fishing? There are plenty of grey squirrels in London and the thighs are meant to be good meat. :wink:

 

And, if I may suggest you might want to purchase Richard Mabey's, "Food for Free" for the next time you are short on dosh. Actually, it's good all year round and helps reduce food bills. :popcorn: Or, Roger Phillip's, "Wild Food", which includeds recipes. Often the Oyster card will get you to places where you can forage a little way from the pollution. Apparently, Mr Mabey ate Field Mushrooms from St Paul's and grapes in Tottenham. :crazy:

 

Good ideas but ill be fine when payday comes lol!

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Im sure I've got Panda and peanut butter bagette in the back of the fridge i can send you if your desparate :kat:

 

Holy shit! You eat Panda??!!?? :crazy:

 

How about Tuna Noodle (or rice or macaroni) casserole?

 

1 can of tuna, 1 can of cream of mushroom soup, broccoli, mayo and a dash of dill and curry powder. some grated cheddar and some breadcrumbs

 

Cook your rice/macaroni or noodles

cook some broccoli

mix together a little less than half a cup of mayo and the cream of mushroom soup and a couple of tablespoons of milk, and the dill weed and curry powder, then mix the tuna into this

mix it into the noodles/rice or macaroni and broccoli with about half a cup or maybe less of the grated cheese.

put more grated cheese on top and then the bread crumbs (seasoned ones are best)

and bake it at about 325 or so till its bubbly. I usually cover it for half an hour and then uncover for 20 mins more.

 

sorry no measurements, i dont ever write them down.

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And, if I may suggest you might want to purchase Richard Mabey's, "Food for Free" for the next time you are short on dosh. Actually, it's good all year round and helps reduce food bills.

 

Yea Thats a handy little book....

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If you want something different, why not go squirrel fishing? There are plenty of grey squirrels in London and the thighs are meant to be good meat. :wink:

 

And, if I may suggest you might want to purchase Richard Mabey's, "Food for Free" for the next time you are short on dosh. Actually, it's good all year round and helps reduce food bills. :popcorn: Or, Roger Phillip's, "Wild Food", which includeds recipes. Often the Oyster card will get you to places where you can forage a little way from the pollution. Apparently, Mr Mabey ate Field Mushrooms from St Paul's and grapes in Tottenham. :crazy:

 

 

Is that book about getting in the bins behind the supermarkets and all that malarky???

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I like my tuna grilled with a bit of olive oil and dill. I don't eat much of it. I DO have some for storage, though. That is in the cans I rotate from my food stores.

When you are a bit more flush, try storing things up for these rainier days. When I am flat broke, I raid the food stores in the bottom of the pantry.

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I like my tuna grilled with a bit of olive oil and dill. I don't eat much of it. I DO have some for storage, though. That is in the cans I rotate from my food stores.

When you are a bit more flush, try storing things up for these rainier days. When I am flat broke, I raid the food stores in the bottom of the pantry.

 

 

I need to do that to be honest. Have basic stuff for when the hard times strike. I hope my sons enjoying bloody university!!!

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Is that book about getting in the bins behind the supermarkets and all that malarky???

 

:omg:Um, no. :nono:As I mentioned in my post, it's about wild food, such as field mushrooms, berries, nuts, vegetables and fruit (there are a lot of old orchards still producing). There are also books on wild meat and other specialist topics on free food. You might also want to look at "The Wild Gourmets" with amazing recipes.

I think you are confusing this with "skipping" or "freegans" where people eat from supermarket and restaurant skips. :vomit:I have done this in the past, as one of my Christmas dinners was entirely skipped, only my friends did the "skipping".

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:omg:Um, no. :nono:As I mentioned in my post, it's about wild food, such as field mushrooms, berries, nuts, vegetables and fruit (there are a lot of old orchards still producing). There are also books on wild meat and other specialist topics on free food. You might also want to look at "The Wild Gourmets" with amazing recipes.

 

I think you are confusing this with "skipping" or "freegans" where people eat from supermarket and restaurant skips. :vomit:I have done this in the past, as one of my Christmas dinners was entirely skipped, only my friends did the "skipping".

 

 

LOL!!! Me and my son said we should give the 'freegan' thing ago just for a laugh. Have to have a few drinkies though to get a bit of dutch courage !

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