Like simple lunch recipes. Three items, and seasoning. Not fresh, but things right out of the pantry.
Served with a side of my tomatoes. Olives and feta to garnish. I found this recipe years ago in one of my Williams Sonoma cookbooks.
I love the description used as an introduction. If you want an excellent source for Tuscan recipes, this is the book for you.
I made it with the canned tuna and the canned beans. Use organic beans if you can find them. Drain and rinse. Use a can of good tuna packed in olive oil. Dice a small sweet onion. I used Vidalia. Salt, pepper, olive oil to taste.
Tuscany on a plate.