I don’t eat tuna, thon, atun, tonno or however you want to call tuna- unless I have to. I try to avoid it as much as possible and even have a separate can opener for those rare cans that are opened in my house. I don’t understand why, when you order a salad abroad, that they must toss a can of tuna on top. All across Spain as I hiked the Camino and even in Italy, when I just wanted a nice bowl of greens, when I craved greens, it would arrive topped with a can of tuna-much to my dismay, as though the greens the needed something. They don’t. I would prefer them to be plain or with just a bit of a oil and vinegar and a dash of salt would have been sufficient, thank you. So, I am skipping this week’s tuna rillettes for French Fridays with Dorie (duck rillettes, on the other hand, are a favorite!) and since I actually made these recipes the weeks they were assigned but never had the time to post them, I thought this week, I’d play catch up.