Monday, January 28, 2013

weekend review: tuna noodle love

Figure 1. Out of the oven: bacon, tomato, and arugula pizza.

Figure 2. Friday night's dinner: bacon, tomato, and arugula pizza and a warm broccoli and spinach salad.


Figure 4. Out of the oven: skinny tuna noodle casserole. I have been craving this every since I made it the first time...

Figure 5. Sunday night's dinner: skinny tuna noodle casserole and lemon pepper steamed broccoli.

11 comments:

  1. How do you like the polenta? I've had baaaad experiences with soggy grits and am scared to try it - but it sounds like a good, unique side dish to swap in for potatoes or whatnot.

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    1. i love polenta, it is a great alternative side. just make sure you make it with milk and add cheese to make it creamy. and make sure you cook it long enough so it gets nice and thick.

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  2. Does it make me a bad foodie if I admit that I don't think I've ever eaten a casserole? It's just one of those dishes that I never grew up with, so I never really bother to look into it. Looks deliciously creamy though...

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    1. girl. go get yourself some casserole!

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  3. i have never had a tuna casserole but that sure looks tasty!

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  4. I like putting the casserole in a big flatter pan so that you get more crusty topping. The browned crust is always the best part!

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  5. I love skinny tastes tuna casserole - it's amazing! The skirt steak with polenta looks good too! I will have to save that recipe to try soon :)
    xo Emily

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  6. That pizza and tunna casserole look absolutely divine! *Runs to make pizza asap* :)

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