It takes a lot of dicing to make tuna 'burgers'

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Gilberto Gonzalez (left) and Daisha Brown get ingredients ready for the tuna patties that they learned to make during week 5 of the Spring 2017 My Daughter's Kitchen cooking program at LaSalle Academy.

We didn't realize how time consuming dicing the zucchini, celery and onion would be. We were taking our time, chatting away then looked at the clock and realized we'd better dice a little faster. We were able to get the tuna patties and green beans in the oven in time. Some of our tuna patties fell apart even with the added egg. We may have gone too heavy on the zucchini. But even though they didn't look perfect, they tasted delicious. Gilberto Gonzalez said he didn't care for the tuna "burgers" but enjoyed cooking them and he liked the green beans. They were surprised that the tuna patties didn't taste "fishy".  Definitely a thumbs up this week!

 

Attached are a few photos from the week:

Photo 1: Gilberto Gonzalez

Photo 2: Daisha Brown

 

Thanks!

 

Monica Lynn

Development Assistant

La Salle Academy

1434 N. 2nd Street

Philadelphia, PA 19122

215-739-5804 (office)

mlynn@lasalleacademy.net