The sense of smell, almost more than any other, has the power to recall memories.
Rachel Carson · 1907-1964
After scouring the pantry to avoid grocery shopping, I ended up fixing a tuna sandwich for today's lunch. Its not-so-sweet aroma brought back pleasant memories of the Sunday suppers of my childhood. My mother's recent trip down memory lane has inspired me to share it with my dedicated readers:
LIVING... MAEDEANS STYLE
A Special Sentimental Letter
Mae Dean's Sunday Night Tuna Sandwiches
· one can of the best tuna you can afford
· one hard-boiled egg, peeled and smashed into bits
· a dollop of Kraft Real Mayonnaise
· toasted white bread (wheat will suffice)
· You can include yucky pickles if you like that sort of thing.
Slicing the sandwich in half diagonally is recommended, since this makes it taste even better:
This really hits the spot, particularly with a great big glass of skim milk. I regret that I haven't carried on my mother's tradition with my own kids.