Our own Chef Andrew Gruel of the Slapfish Restaurant Group joins us from the road in Hilton Head, South Carolina with another informative “Ask the Chef” segment. Tuna in a can is represented in most home pantries. It’s very versatile in uses for a quick meal. Is all canned tuna really about the same? Is it okay to buy just what’s on special? Chef Andrew gently suggests otherwise.
We’ll find out why sustainably caught tuna is worthy of your attention. Look for tuna cooked in its can and packed in the United States. Chef Andrew particularly likes Wild Pacific Albacore. Read the label carefully. There are some 70 species of tuna. Also recommendable is the premium Italian tuna in a can packed in olive oil.
Our own Chef Andrew Gruel joins us with another informative “Ask the Chef” segment. With the Holidays upon us it’s great to have a real working chef in our corner providing handy advice!
Tuna in a can, a staple of everyone’s home pantry, is, incredibly, losing popularity with Millennials. Chef Andrew explains that tuna is packed in cans in two ways. The more premium approach is to actually cook the tuna in the can which preserves more of the flavor and nutrients.