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Tuna Noodle Casserole: It Only *Sounds* Disgusting

What’s now a polarizing dish was likely invented by a tired mom who was just trying to feed her ungrateful family

Illustrations by Emmy Kastner

Editor’s note: Since writer Emily Nunn trash talked tuna noodle casserole in “The Comfort Food Myth,” back in July, we’re still getting notes of outrage from people — including comedian and

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