Seasonings save me almost every time

I indulged at lunch today. So I am trying to keep it simple and low calorie for dinner.

For dinner tonight, I am having “tuna salad.”

Some Spring Mix Greens went on a plate. In a separate bowl I dumped a can of light drained tuna, which was stored in water, not oil. In the bowl of tuna I added some garlic (I like to buy the crushed garlic in a jar), a small tomato from our garden, salt, pepper, Kick’n Chicken and onion powder. (The onion powder was a mistake buy about a month ago. It ended up being a great seasoning mistake.)

I dumped the tuna on top of the mixed greens and spritzed with Ranch Salad Spritzer.

The best part of this meal is all the seasonings I added. My staples are the crushed garlic in a jar, crushed pepper, salt, Kick’n Chicken and onion powder.

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Life’s a garden, dig it!

Curt and I put in our garden in today.

I can’t wait for our yummy tomatoes to come in. I love to sauté them in olive oil and garlic and eat over pasta. Oh, yum. I also like to mix in my homegrown herbs in the sauté, too.

Anyway, that hoeing is a major workout. And usually I get too tired to finish the hoeing. (Curt digs up the dirt with a shovel and I follow with the hoe.) But today I did not wimp out. Must be those body conditioning classes and the fact that I am now working with 8 lb. dumb bells.

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