Tuna Melt + Baked Sweet Potato Fries

I’ve been a fan of Alexia Foods for a very long time, so I am very pleased to partner with them on this post. They asked me to come up with a balanced weeknight-friendly meal to share with my readers. I decided to make one of my all-time favorite easy meals: a Tuna Melt with Baked Sweet Potato Fries.

Alexia’s waffle-cut seasoned sweet potato fries are a great addition to any meal but I often serve them alongside sandwiches. The fries cook up crispy and have great flavor. I usually make tuna melts like this one for lunch, but it makes a wonderful protein-packed quick dinner, as well. Serve with a giant salad, if desired.

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Healthy Tuna Casserole (Guest Post from Carrie Vitt)

Today I am pleased to welcome one of my favorite bloggers- the lovely Carrie Vitt- to Healthy Green Kitchen. I first heard about Carrie when her book Deliciously Organic was released late in 2010. I learned about her blog Deliciously Organic at that point as well, and have been a dedicated reader ever since. We … Read more

Pizza Three Ways, Barry Wine Style

Once again, a big a gigantic thank you for voting me into Round 5 of Project Food Blog. This week’s challenge prompt asked us to put our own spin on pizza. If you like this post and would like to see me in Round 6 (yes, please!) you can vote for my blog here. When … Read more

Tuna Tartine

This recipe for Tuna Tartine comes from Almost Meatless by Joy Manning and Tara Mataraza Desmond. I’m featuring recipes from the book this week, and then I’ll be giving away a copy signed by both authors. If you commented on my last post, you’re already entered in the giveaway. If not, I’ll let you know … Read more