The Power of Three
I don’t know what it is about the number three but I just love to make things to eat that only call for three ingredients. Sometimes less is just more. It sure makes cooking easy.
I’m alone at home a lot of time during the day with the hubby at work and the kids at school or other places. I still have to eat but I don’t want to fuss much with feeding just myself. I made this no frill meal that sure hit the spot, and it was as fast and easy to clean up as it was to make. From just a can of drained tuna, a few finely diced dill pickle chips and a dollop of mayo, we have the Holy Trinity of tuna salad. Giving thanks to the Holiest Trinity for this good food, I was soon very satisfied and filled with the energy to take on the chores of the day.