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This is close to how I usually make my tuna sandwiches. My tuna must be densely packed, because the amount of mayo did not even make a dent - I needed to add quite a bit more to get the tuna to stick together a bit - hate it when it crumbles all over. I did dice my celery more finely, I just find that easier to eat, added a bit more mustard and onion. Accompanied a bowl of Fasolada (Greek Bean Soup) to make a satisfying lunch on a snowy day.

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duonyte February 24, 2012

A sandwich that is oh so satisfying. Love the balance of flavors and all the wonderful freshness of the celery, the red leaf lettuce, and oh the chives what a great addition. Served this on a rustic bread and all DH and I could say was Mmm. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl December 31, 2009

I made this for tomorrow's lunch. Of course I just had to try this so I made a half of sandwich. This was really good. I enjoy a good tuna sandwich. Thanks for the recipe. Just hit the spot today and am sure will do the same tomorrow.

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4-H Mom December 09, 2009

Mmmm!!! Andi this was good, they do say the old ones are the best and it was lovely. I just love your introduction for the recipe breezes and wind chimes Ahhhh!, seriously it was very nice, I didn't have the sandwich as I don't eat bread now so I just piled it on romaine lettuce leaves and enjoyed. The celery was nice and crisp and I used chicken of the sea tuna, it's the best tuna I have tasted and dijon mustard as I love it. It all went very well together and we had a very nice lunch. Thank you for posting it was a treat.

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Tea Jenny August 18, 2011

So simple but so good. I usually do not like raw onion nor mustard but I went ahead and followed the recipe. So glad I tried it..keeper recipe.

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YungB July 13, 2011

Excellent! Took this down to the beach with a small container of clam chowder and wonderful...we even saw dolphins jumping completely out of the water turning around and going back down...they must have known we had a great sandwich! Made as written and using all grain bread and definately making again. The flavors all meld together perfectly. Made for Catch of the Day Seafood Tag game.

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mama smurf April 05, 2011

Delicious. I never add mustard but it was good in here.I used Clover Leaf flaked tuna in water to be soy free, regular mustard, sweet onion, Hellman's olive oil mayonnaise to be soy free, I may have added a bit more, freshly ground black pepper, to taste, sea salt, to taste, the optional red Tabasco sauce, scallions in place of chives as that is what I had! We ate ours with baby mixed greens and rice crackers to be gluten free. I would make this again.

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UmmBinat March 17, 2011

oops, it was meant for two? :)

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Pancakee December 14, 2010

One Word...YUMMMMYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY no changes here

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MZ Piggy August 21, 2010

Discuss the taste, how difficult it was to make, any adaptations you made or menu suggestions. If you did not like it, please explain why or provide constructive criticism.

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MissCrabette May 13, 2010
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