Serves 2


4 cups of your favorite lettuce, chopped or torn into bite size pieces 

2 five or six ounce cans of tuna

2 stalks celery, diced

4 tablespoon mayo (I used avocado oil mayo)

2 teaspoons dijon mustard

1 teaspoon wasabi powder (I used Eden brand), could also use wasabi paste

1/2 teaspoon ginger powder

optional garnishes- 2 thinly sliced radishes and cilantro leaves


In a tiny dish, mix wasabi powder with a small amount of hot water and let sit for 5 minutes. Use just enough water to turn the powder into a paste and not be runny. 

In a medium size bowl, combine mayo, mustard and wasabi. Mix well. 

Add tuna and celery to bowl and mix to combine. 

Divide lettuce between 2 plates. Place tuna salad on top and garnish if desired. Enjoy! 

If you enjoy this recipe, you can find others here on my blog or in my e-cookbook.

Early this spring I ordered seeds online for my vegetable garden. There was a several week waiting period and many seeds were already sold out. The company said they were experiencing an unprecedented demand for seeds. Shortly after, the company closed online ordering for several weeks to catch up. The company my family orders local foods from mentioned that they had been very busy too. 

It seems the COVID-19 pandemic has motivated many people to grow an edible garden and seek out local food sources. I hope this isn’t just a passing trend. More people growing gardens and supporting local agriculture is a step in the direction of being more responsible and sustainable humans. 

Recently, most weeks, my family has been ordering produce and some meat from Agricultural ConnectionsI’ve been enjoying it for so many reasons!

 1) They deliver! 

2) During the stay at home order most days blurred together. Delivery day was a great marker of what day it was and someth...

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