I told Jeannene yesterday that, since it was her last dinner before she turned 53, she got to choose what she wanted. Of all things, although she played around with the idea of going out for Italian, she picked tuna salad. I was delighted, as it's super easy to prepare, I didn't need to go to the store, and, most of all, it sounded perfect to my tastebuds! I served it (I had mine in sandwich form) with chips left over from our wee boy's baptism reception, baby carrots, dill dip, and clementines.
How I make tuna salad:
Mix a can of tuna with a stalk or two of chopped celery, a big spoonful of sweet pickle relish (Vlasic only), a smaller spoonful of mayonnaise, a sprinkling of salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
It's not quite as good as the tuna salad I used to get at Dick and Tom's Coffee Shop when I was a kid, but it's pretty close.