Suggestions for a Friday Feast

You know, nothing says "I Give Up" like a Tuna Pizza.

Lonely you, sitting around on a Friday night with no date, no plans.  What to do, what to do.  Since you don't want to get out of your pajamas, and your hair is just atrocious, going to get a pizza is out of the question.  So is having one delivered...who wants to see you looking like you do right now? 

No one, that's right.

Thank goodness you have evaporated milk in the house.  And a can of whomp biscuits.  Take that evap and mix it with some Parmesan cheese and onion.  Let it sit until thickened.

Spread out your biscuits, then put that milk/cheese mix right on them.  Add catsup, a 7 oz can of tuna and a whole half teaspoon of oregano.  Bake for seven minutes.

Now you and the cats can enjoy your Friday night.

Dogs too.

I think I need to up my Prozac....

Happy Weekend everyone!


Carol said…
Oh my gosh, Tuna pizza. Not for me. But do love the idea that you can use these products to stay home and enjoy.
That would help everyone stay awake late at night if there was a movie to watch. If that does not cause heart burn, nothing will. Before you eat that, consider what you will look like when the Emergency Ambulance arrives to resuscitateyou.

We think that tortilla pizza's are a lot better.

Mogley G. Retriever
Unknown said…
Hi Y'all!

Hmmm. Remind me to remind my Humans to bring REAL pizza home when they go shopping!

Y'all come by now,
Hawk aka BrownDog
I don't know... is a tuna pizza anything like a fish taco? I've never had either, and neither sound very good... Seems like we'd do well not to mix our seafood with our pasta. Although - I do love a good seafood pasta. Hoo-boy - must be Friday!
Dana@Mid2Mod said…
OMG...You're right. Pulling out this recipe for tuna pizza on a Friday night would be the last-gasp effort of someone suffering from terminal bad hair day. But you've gotta wonder even more about the person at Pet Milk who came up with this recipe. Could this be where the expression "Get a life" originated?
Dana@Mid2Mod said…
@Blast from the Past: For years my daughter tried to get me to try fish tacos, but I resisted. When I finally gave in, I was immediately addicted. They're sooooo good!!!
3 doxies said…
I dunno...I'm reading dat dis is a dateless nite so WHY NOT call da pizza man (wink, wink).

I prefer squirrel pizza with cheeto toppings.

Pam said…
I didn't think it was ever possible to ruin pizza! The tuna topping is bad enough, but the thought od super sweet evaporated milk in the recipe really had me saying bye bye...
3 doxies said…
Hey's a recipe fur ya.

You has dat ready fur whwn I come overs.

As lonely as I got sometimes on a Friday, this is something I would have NEVER made. Yuck! Now, a whole bag of oatmeal cookies, maybe ...
Wyatt said…
Sounds like pizza for thank you :(

Wyatt and Stanzie
houndstooth said…
I think I know how crazy cat ladies get started now! Once again, I have a serious case of the giggles now!
that pizza sounds AWFUL!!

i need to up my prozac too
Road Dog Tales said…
Note to Mom: add tuna and condensed milk to grocery list . . .

The Road Dogs
Dolores said…
Sorry Barbara, but tuna pizza almost makes me want to throw up. I'm sure Casey, our pig dog would eat it though, she'll eat anything.
Muzzle pulled a strange face reading about your tuna pizza - she's vegetarian.

I think us doggies would enjoy it though, minus the onions as they are not good for doggies are they.

Mum makes us tuna cake for treats - maybe you could try that one day too if you liked the pizza? LOL

Tuna, catsup and evaporated milk, now there's a recipe for curdling! Yuk!
Tuna and Pizza, 2 words that should never spend time in the same sentence, let alone PIZZA!
Kar-ron said…
I will be happy to go get you a Pizza along with soda, chicken wings, or breadsticks.......just text me. Or you can have it delivered to my house and I'll bring it over---PLEASE DON'T EAT THAT!! I don't think even the dogs would join you in that recipe.


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