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Published February 26, 2019

Watch the Great Video with Eat the Universe Guest Josh Horowitz for A Marvel's 80th Anniversary Meal

Join chef Justin Warner for a Heathrow Vance-inspired casserole!

Marvel's 80th Anniversary

Welcome to a brand-new Marvel's Eat the Universe!

In this installment, chef Justin Warner welcomes host / interviewer / writer / podcaster / creator of stuff Josh Horowitz to create a (super deep-cut) Heathrow Vance-inspired X-Ray Tuna Noodle Casserole in honor of Marvel's 80th Anniversary celebration.

Professor Heathrow Vance, known as the Great Video, was granted X-Ray vision after an explosion in his lab. His normal run-of-the-mill X-Ray vision allowed him to see through clothes, walls, and vaults with lots of monies. However, prolonged exposure to his dastardly stare would prove fatal.

Watch the episode below, dive into the recipe to whip up your own celebratory meal, and check out Josh's podcast, Happy Sad Confused, wherever you listen to podcasts!

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Heathrow Vance-Inspired X-Ray Tuna Noodle Casserole


Ingredients:

  • Seared sushi grade tuna
  • Cooked and cooled lasagna noodles (flat noodles with frilly edge)
  • Béchamel sauce, cooled
  • Pea puree, cooled

Directions:

  • Start by using your x-ray vision to stare through a tuna noodle casserole to see its component parts.
  • Flatten noodles and add a smear of Béchamel Sauce (sing-songing optional).
  • Slice tuna down the middle and smash it thin.
  • Place the tuna atop the sauced noodle, and add a dollop of pea puree (not wasabi).
  • Roll the deconstructed tuna noodle casserole tightly and cut in half.
  • Serve facing up like a pair of creepy x-ray eyes.

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