|Nutrition for Dummies|
|by Carol Ann Rinzler|
Once upon a time, people simply sat down to dinner, eating to fill up an empty stomach or just for the pleasure of it.
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Flake tuna, add celery, ... water. Add to fish, stir and put in molds dipped in cold water. Chill. Cottage cheese (small curd) may be added for variation.
Remove fish from ... fish. Fill individual molds. Chill and ... tablespoons vinegar to this. Add 1/8 cup green pepper chopped fine or one cucumber chopped fine.
This recipe will fill the large Tupperware mold. Half will ... water packed albacore tuna 1 c. mayonnaise ... mushrooms in lieu of the tuna and celery.)
Dissolve gelatin in cold ... 1 can cold water to soup. Heat soup then add gelatin. Add cheese and soup. Dissolve. Add tuna, celery and onion salt. Cool.
Add lemon juice, ... to chicken or tuna. Soak gelatin ... dissolved. Add to salad dressing. Mix all together. Put into mold and chill. Serve on leaf lettuce.
Prepare according to ... chopped celery and tuna. Pour into mold and return to ... set. Unmold on lettuce leaves. Also makes a good salad to omit the tuna.
(Serve with Ritz ... mayonnaise, 2 (6 1/2 ounce) cans of tuna, drained, and 2 or 3 drops Tabasco sauce. Pour into mold sprayed with Pam. Chill until set.
Soak cucumbers in ... and sour cream, salt, lemon and gelatin. Fold in tuna chunks, celery and green pepper. Pour into an oiled mold and chill until firm.
Soften gelatin in ... Add olives, eggs, tuna, celery and ... pan or fish mold (as garnish). Spoon ... firm. Unmold carefully and cut into slices to serve.
Pretty on a ... and syrupy. Stir in ham, chicken or tuna salad. Pour into 2 (9 x 4 x 2 1/2 inch) pans. Chill until firm enough to slice. Makes 25 servings.
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