Tuna Noodle Casserole – Without Hashish

On October 17, 2018 pot will be legal in Canada. I mean, there’s a bunch of rules and restrictions and such – but it’s going to be a lot more legal than most other places throughout the world. So because I am a law abiding citizen, I made a conventional tuna noodle casserole without hashish. But it’s my solemn promise that when everything’s nice and legal next year, I’ll make this recipe WITH hashish to compare and contrast. Mark your calendars now!

Sadly, that means the 2017 version of the tuna noodle casserole is going to be pretty boring. I figured I would make this recipe the way Marge describes it without much flair since it’s meant to feed a lot of people, not be particular inventive.


  • Can of Tuna
  • Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup
  • Egg Noodles
  • Peas


Preheat oven to 375 F. Cook noodles until almost soft, then add peas. Continue cooking for two minutes and drain. Combine soup with noodles and peas, place in a casserole dish and cook for approximately 15 minutes.


This is adequate as a means of providing sustenance for numerous humans. It is not adequate at tasting very good. I think this recipe would do better with a few additions; many recipes include things like milk, cheese, mushrooms, bread crumbs – all good options! Still, I’m hoping the Turkish special ingredient will make things even more delicious. Only time will tell.


Cromulence: 3 Boz Skaggs’ out of 10

Tuna Noodle Casserole – Without Hashish Recipe From: Mobile Homer (The Simpsons Season 16 – Episode 13)






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I’m patiently waiting for July this year when you make weed casserole, legally.

Any ideas how you’ll extract the THC? You don’t have to reply if you’re worried about the Canadian FBI popping out of your closet for thinking about weed, illegally.


Fun fact: the Canadian FBI is called CSIS (although there is not really anything fun about them). I’ve got a few ideas on how to make this work that should still be edible based on some hippie friends I’v consulted.