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    Between handing out goodies to neighbors and hungry family members, I ran out of pie. Although I was out of some standard ingredients, I put this together and it turned out pretty good. My husband even prefers it over the *first* pecan pie and I will probably use this recipe now for nut pies; doing without HFCS is probably a good thing. ;) Warning: it is pretty sweet. I used Laurie's "No Roll Pie Crust", recipe #51537, subbing 1/2 cup whole wheat flour for white. Preparation time includes preparing crust.

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    Years ago I kept craving tuna. Strange, because I am really not a tuna lover. Eventually I came across Bumble Bee albacore tuna (DOLPHIN SAFE, very important to me) packed in water. I bought 2 cans. I used a few normal ingredients and one or two not so mainstream ingredients. It's delicious, almost tastes "roasted" for lack of a better description :) I developed this, but I'm sure others have used something similar. It really satisfied my craving for tuna (must have been my body craving protein and omega 3 fatty acids) I just thought I'd share! Oh, also! The tuna mellows and tastes much better if allowed to sit in the fridge for several hours. Also good on crackers!

    Recipe #329235


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