World’s Greatest Husband John Legend Cooks Potato Chip Tuna Casserole for a Sick Chrissy Teigen

11/09/2015 at 10:53 AM ET

John Legend
Courtesy Chrissy Teigen

Definition of a good husband: Someone who will make you jalapeño potato chip tuna casserole when you’re feeling under the weather.

John Legend meets that definition perfectly. On Sunday night, Chrissy Teigen posted an Instagram picture of her husband in their kitchen, getting down to business with some shredded cheese and jalapeño chips.

RELATED: Chrissy Teigen: ‘John and I Love Working Together in the Kitchen’

“John making my jalapeño chip topped tuna casserole for Sunday dinner! Not feeling great 😩 thank u for taking over the kitchen, papa!” Teigen captioned the photo. We can only imagine (/hope desperately) that this casserole recipe makes it into Teigen’s cookbook.

Legend’s final product is pretty spectacular. (We’re happy to see that a green pea made it in there. Balance is everything.)

Jalapeño chip tuna casserole!

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In October, the supermodel and singer announced they are expecting their first child, who we already envy for all the delicious snacks s/he will be exposed to. In the meantime, we’ll keep salivating over Teigen’s Instagram.

RELATED: Chrissy Teigen Gives the World a Sneak Peak at Her New Cookbook

—Maria Yagoda

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Jenny on

Wait now, was she sick before or after she ate the potato chip casserole?

PCC on

Makes sense. If I was feeling nauseous that would make me throw up and I’d probably feel better afterwards. John Legend is getting more mileage out of his wedding to this model than he does for his music career.

Curious on

I thought you were supposed to avoid tuna pregnant, due to the high Mercury content?

Sandy on

How can someone who doesn’t feel well eat tuna? That is the grossest food. Why eat something that literally smells worse than poo. 💩

Pam on

Sounds disgusting! 🐟🙊

Anonymous on

OMG GROSS that’d make me sick…..BUT how sweet of him to help out his pregnant wife. I love them, just not the tuna potato chip casserole…. 😦

really on

GROSS – that would make me sick in an instant. BUT I love these two and I think he’s a great guy. Just not loving the dish…yuck😦

Lilly on

It’s the sickening casserole, damn it!

Anonymous on

Sweet:) but in future don’t eat tuna while pregnant.

guest on

Probably why these two were spotted at the gym today.

Sounds revolting.

Lola on

Not a fan, but hope she feels better. Tuna casseroles are amazing! You can eat tuna just not every day while pregnant.

Tiff on

Maybe she has a sinus infection or something like that, not a nausea issue? Otherwise, tuna would be the last thing I would want lol.

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