I think my husband and I must be the only two people on Allrecipes.com who did not grow up on tuna casserole. Even though I didn't think it really sounded very good, it appeared so easy to make and so many people raved about it, I decided to give it a try. It was indeed easy to prepare. But the taste was, unfortunately, about what I expected . . . very lackluster. My husband, whose philosophy is "if you can't say anything good, don't say anything at all," had only the following comment . . . "I really like the crunchiness in this." He was referring to the crushed croutons. When I asked if he thought I should keep this recipe and make it again sometime, he changed the subject and never gave me an answer. I wonder if the nostalgia aspect of this dish is a major reason why so many people think it is so great. Here is my take on it. If you had it as a kid and loved it, you'll probably love this recipe. If you didn't grow up on tuna casserole, you'll probably wonder what all the hullabaloo is about when you taste this recipe.
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I think my husband and I must be the only two people on Allrecipes.com who did not grow up on...