Open Face Tuna Melt for One

Being from a store where everyone knows your name (*see yesterdays post), it’s easy to forget sometimes, that when you are out in public, we have clients everywhere.

While walking through the market, I get random waves and hello’s, sometimes even long conversations about so-ands-so’s kids or pets. Ordering pizza, a customer of mine may be making or delivering it. Have a question about your Mac? I’ve got clients for that too. We have a lot of weekly regulars that we have grown used to chatting with once a week. When I run into them at the mall (cough working at Vicrtoria’s Secret cough) ;) it can take me a minute to re-align the pieces again since I am out of my element.

I was once working at a craft show with Handsome’s mom to be told that I was that girl that makes aprons, runs a food blog, and sells comic books by someone else there. Yes, yes I am. Um, but who are you (seriously, this one wasn’t a customer).  And let me tell you, I have heard (mostly in harmless joking) my fair share of inappropriate comments too. There are reviews out there somewhere about the girl at the comic shop like ‘Velma, but hotter.’ (Men, I am not sure that is a compliment). And for all the best intentions, I have had some of the weirdest things said to me, “Would you like me to stick around so you don’t get molested by someone like me?”…. Um…. Thanks, but no thanks. The thought was in all the right places,  it just came out so wrong.

Needless to say, I get in interesting conversations everywhere. Some leave my company running for cover from the nerdiness, others just make them wonder which long lost old friend I am talking to.

But even I am taken a little back when I pull up to the car wash to have the attendant lean in and tell me that I’m the girl he watches all day.

Sure, it’s around the block from my house – so maybe it’s not that weird. But in a whole other way, it kind of is. I am trying to give the kid the benefit of the doubt, in that he probably didn’t mean it in a creepy stalker sort of way, but I also know I wont be walking to the mail box in my pajamas any more. Ever.

Open Face Tuna Melt for One

Open Face Tuna Melt for One

Ingredients

  • 1 can tuna, drained well.
  • 1/4 onion, finely diced
  • 1 celery stalk, finely diced
  • 1/4 red pepper, finely diced
  • 1/4 cup dried cranberries
  • 1/2 teas hot sauce
  • 2 – 3 tbs mayo
  • salt & pepper
  • 2 slices tomato
  • 1/4 cup shredded havarti dill cheese
  • 1 slice wheat or rye bread

Preparation

Toast the slide of bread until just golden. Set aside.

Preheat toaster oven or broiler.

Combine tuna, onion, celery, red pepper, dried cranberries, hot sauce, and mayo in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Spoon tuna mixture onto toasted bread. Top with tomato and cover in cheese. Place in preheated toaster over/broiler until cheese is melted and just turning golden brown.

http://passthesushi.com/open-face-tuna-melt-for-one/

Now, off to enjoy this little lunch for one with all the curtains closed tight.

 


Comments

  1. I sometimes forget how small the world is…best to be on best behavior at all times! Wonderful sandwich!!

  2. Mailbox in your jammies? I’ve never and would never. That would definitely create a high level of creepiness. I’d sew the curtains shut, close the shutters, all kinds of things. Wow. It took me a long time to get used to our family room being all windows on three walls and not having any curtains to close.

    On to the melt. Wow, it’s perfect. Absolutely and positively so.

  3. LOL. aww…maybe he just thinks you`re pretty. :D & wow, this melt looks fantastic! I haven`t eaten lunch yet… so maybe, just maybe, i`ll make this!

  4. Such a classic! And I always forget about it! I want that cheese!

  5. ha, i always walk out to my mailbox in jammies or short shorts. woops. this tuna melt looks super good. i’m starving right now but i’m on a diet so i only have so many calories to spare..darn you! haha

  6. Oooh, I love open face sandwiches! Leaving out one piece of bread can transform an ordinary sandwich into something fancy and different. It’s the little things :)

  7. Bah, I am so sorry to laugh but omg that is awful. The kid at the car wash might be innocent but the dude who made the molesting comment was so over the line. Wth is wrong with men? What do they expect us to do, go “omg I must have you now”. Geez! On a lighter note this melt is lovely and looks so ooey and gooey I almost forget I don’t like tuna. Lol. Can I do this with an alternative? Cuz it looks damn good.

  8. I don’t like tuna but this looks good :-)

  9. HAHAHA! I think it just goes with the territory. I used to have some HOWLERS said to me at the Swap. They’re all just so shocked a cute girl is in to comics. Luckily, they’re (mostly) harmless ;)

    Great tuna melt. For one. None left over for creepy car wash stalker.

    buzzed

  10. Lisa Marie says:

    I’m not a huge fan of tuna either, but I made this for my hubs. Tried one too, and it is so DELICIOUS I had to have another! Now I’m stuffed. Thanks for the recipe, so quick and EASY!

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