Imagine having a notebook that would create an object you wrote inside of it. Writing the words “delicious lasagna” would produce some instant delicious lasagna. That would be a pretty nifty device! With such power you could do anything! Maybe it will be okay to use it for a little bit of mischief every once in a while. Maybe even give a poor man a rotten fruit? Nothing wrong could come out of such a harmless joke, right? Of course if the man was a sorcerer he wouldn’t take the joke too lightly and probably curse your family. Now it seems you must use the notebook for only good in order to reverse the curse.
This is the start of Scribblenauts Unlimited. I have not had a chance to check out this game, so I can’t say too much about it. From the videos I’ve watched and friends describing the game it seems really adorable. With the main element of the game being writing text to generate items I knew there had to be several food items in the game. There is a long list of food items you can write and combine in the game to make delicious snacks. Recently my husband and I have been changing our breakfast meals to reduce cereal we are consuming. One of the new recipes I have been making is a hearty tuna salad. The main goal of this recipe is to be protein heavy and have almost no sugar. I’ve found that I prefer buying some fresh tuna and cooking it over the canned tuna. It takes a bit of extra work but the flavor elevation is worth it. This meal has been a really good start to my day and it holds me up a lot longer than any cereal did. If any piece (besides the tuna) is something you don’t like, feel free to remove it from the recipe.
2 lb yellow fin tuna
6 hard boiled eggs
3 (45g) scallions
1 (60 g) celery stalk
½ (130 g) red onion
If you have a very thick piece of tuna cut it to about an inch of thickness, this will help cook it evenly. Salt and pepper both sides of the tuna steaks. Place a pan on medium-high heat. Once the pan has warmed up, place the tuna steaks and allow it to cook on that side for 8 minutes.
Flip the tuna and cook for another 8 minutes. You want the tuna to be cooked all the way through.
Once the tuna is completely cooked begin to shred it apart. I used two forks during the process.
In a bowl throw in the vegetables, shredded tuna and hard boiled eggs. Finally, add mayo. I would recommend adding a small amount at a time so you can gauge how much mayo you would like in your tuna salad. This recipe holds up pretty well in the refrigerator for about a week.
Even Kanji is dreaming of having some of this tuna salad.