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    Summer Tuna Salad Sandwich (Open-Faced) Recipe and photo courtesy of Chris From Kansas
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    Recipe #47504

    Found this recipe, when looking for something to do with pita bread. This is a low-fat easy lunch for one, and pretty tasty too. I really like pita bread pizzas. From Fabulous Fat-Free Cooking.

    Recipe #295186

    My husband loves these almost as much as hamburgers!

    Recipe #16911

    I love all grilled sandwiches! This one is very easy to make and it's great on it's own or with additions. I use low fat cream cheese and it's always good.

    Recipe #303645

    I was in the nursing profession many, many, years ago. When the nursing staff was allowed to take a lunch break, I would meander down to our hospital cafeteria and order up one of these sandwiches. Of course, the cafeteria chefs had a special "seasoned grill" that punctuated years and years of cooking delectable delights, the way it used to be cooked, without the use of microwaves, and or already prepared, “boiled - in - the - bag” foods that came from “Sysco”. These amazing chefs even had special spatulas that you could easily imagine the pounding and flipping going on, being delicately tossed in the air, as somehow this made the food taste even more spectacular. After paying for the sandwich, I would sit down, and carefully open the wrapper, and inhale the aroma of freshly cut ham, the sweetest, most soft bread that I have ever known, and the mixture of ham juice and a bit of butter that warmed the ham prior to marrying with the bread. Needless to say, I always looked forward to this break, and on the occasion of visiting this hospital even today, I reflect back on those days of good ol’ cooking as it used to be, and the delights these very special chefs produced. To this day I still make these at home, occasionally for lunch or a quick dinner. After the cafeteria chefs put this yummy sandwich together they would wrap it in (1) wax paper (2) then aluminum foil. By the time you got to your table, the tastes had developed and probably steamed in the combination of wax paper and foil. Either way, I guess these magical chefs will never be forgotten as this made my day complete, every single day. I hope you enjoy this sandwich as much as I. Try the wax paper and foil too, [if you have time].....you will see what I'm talking about.

    Recipe #272233

    Back in the 1960's there were the old Ben Franklin Five and Dime Stores and most of them had a lunch counter with swiveling stools. They also had a might fine little sloppy joe type sandwich which they sold for 23 1/2 cents. One day I asked the girl behind the counter how she made the great little sandwiches and she told me, so I wrote it on one of the napkins. I found the old napkin last week as I was looking through some old files. The little hamburgers were really a treat and the place was usually packed with customers enjoying them. So here is that special recipe, just as the girl told me back in the 1960's. I adjusted the amounts down to a smaller size, but that is the only change I made.

    Recipe #264601

    This very tasty and only five ingredients. Adapted from Fast Fix Five Ingredient cookbook.

    Recipe #152815

    For something a little different. Great for causal get togethers, or sliced into small pieces for appetizers.

    Recipe #13584

    This recipe is what I came up with when I wanted to recreate a Tuna Salad sandwich I had at Starbucks.

    Recipe #277230

    One of my favorite cheap & easy lunches. I like them with a dollop of mayonnaise or tarter sauce, or serve on a bun with lettuce, tomato and mayo. I've even reheated the leftover patties the next day in my toaster!

    Recipe #270121

    Yum! Zucchini in scrambled eggs is such a treat! Use sweet onions for an even tastier dish!

    Recipe #270315

    Giada De Laurentis - I used day old foccacio bread, mixed minced garlic and olive oil to brush onto the slices of bread.

    Recipe #193072

    75 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Instead of plain ol' tuna-salad-sandwiches for lunch, try this variation. Also great when you need a light, fast dinner. This recipe easily cuts in half, to serve just 1 or 2.

    Recipe #28025

    This is the 'famous' toasted tuna sandwich that was served in my Catholic school cafeteria. Who knows why they called them tuna bumsteads, but they did.. Use Miracle Whip for the real-deal, but I know a lot of folks don't like it so use mayo if you're, ahem, 'one of them'.. lol..

    Recipe #264461

    26 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is, hands-down, my favourite dish in my whole life! I can't pin point why, it just is. I used to love watching Mom prepare the dough. She can really work wonders with yeast dough. I eat mine with ketchup on top. This could easily be altered to fit into any ones tastes: Use your favourite sausages, add spices to the meat, add spices to the dough, sprinkle spices on top of the dough... endless opportunities! **Plan ahead, the sausage needs to cool. Chilling time for the sausage is not included.

    Recipe #170365

    I created this sandwich recently and think it is really great. I used recipe #83371 for the pico de gallo, but you could simply buy some pre-made at the store.

    Recipe #174939

    This is from the June '07 GoodHousekeeping magazine. Simple, healthy, and delicious. I added some alfalfa sprouts to mine and only used half the amount of spinach leaves.

    Recipe #232575

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    Recipe #238324

    A warm Italian sandwich that is delicious and so easy to prepare. Great for a light Sunday dinner. Recipe found on another website.

    Recipe #59956

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