What You Need2 Tbsp. BREAKSTONE'S or KNUDSEN Cottage Cheese1 Tbsp. KRAFT Real Mayo Mayonnaise1 tsp. KRAFT Zesty Italian Dressing1 can (3 oz.) white tuna in water, well drained, flaked4 stuffed green olives, sliced (about 1 Tbsp.)1 medium tomato, cut into wedges
Make ItCOMBINE cottage cheese, mayo and dressing in small bowl. ADD tuna and olives; mix lightly. SERVE tuna mixture with tomato wedges.
Parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. Long before I had any idea what those words meant, or what an herb even was, I was singing those syllables at the top of my lungs, as a kid in the 60s playing the vinyl record I bought with allowance money. What these fine herbs were doing in the lyrics of an old English ballad, a lover's duet no less, I haven't a clue. But the result was, at least for this kid, a lifelong curiosity about them. What was parsley, or sage? and why would they hang out with rosemary and thyme?
Tell you what. They're great in a turkey burger. Ground turkey on its own just isn't as flavorful as ground beef, even if you use ground dark meat as we recommend. But plumped up with some chopped fresh herbs, a little onion and garlic, and the result is exquisite. A worthy burger. Enjoy.