Ever since I was a kid, I was never a fan of seafood…except for canned tuna. But, I’ve only eaten it in the form of a sandwich. Nothing less nothing more.
I don’t think I’ve seen a tuna burger before. Ok, call me sheltered, but I think I might just make this for dinner tonight in honor of Lent. And just in case you’re interested you can also get a Hamburguesas de Salmón Asado con Salsa Tártara (Tartar-Topped Grilled Salmon Burgers) recipe on QueRicaVida.com.
1 cup soft bread crumbs (about 2 slices bread)
1/2 cup Original Bisquick® mix
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1/4 teaspoon pepper
2 eggs, slightly beaten
8 medium green onions, finely chopped (1/2 cup)
2 pouches (about 7 oz each) light tuna in water, drained, flaked
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
4 sandwich buns, split
4 tablespoons dill dip
In medium bowl, mix all ingredients except butter, buns and dill dip. Shape mixture into 4 patties, 3 1/2 inches in diameter, using heaping 1/2 cupful for each patty.
In 12-inch nonstick skillet, melt butter over medium heat. Add patties; cook 10 to 12 minutes, turning once, until brown and thoroughly cooked. Serve on buns with dill dip.
If you try this recipe, let me know how you like it!!
Who loves trendy spring fashion under $30? If you answered yes, then I think you’re going to love Te Amo.
The trends are on cue with florals, amazing draped tops and dresses, and spring colors.
I wore the grey chained top courtesy of Te Amo and I got tons of compliments. It was edgier that what I was used to wearing, but that’s what I loved about it. Unfortunately, because it’s a junior line, a few of the pieces didn’t fit my curves. So, I want to give them to you.
One reader will win a “Spring Te Amo Prize Pack.” This includes four Te Amo pieces including the tops seen above. They are in size XL, once again, because it’s a junior line the sizes run small. So, it’s like an adult Large.
Leave a comment below, with your Twitter I.D. or a valid email address, telling me what you love the most about spring fashion.
You must be following me via Google Connect (on the sidebar).
Must be 18 years or older and only one entry per person. Open to U.S. residents only.
Giveaway will end on 4/5/11. Winner will be chosen using random.org.
Academy Award winner, Penelope Cruz, will receive her own Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame tomorrow!
I think it’s definitely well deserved, she’s an accomplished actor. Did you know she was the first actress from Spain to be nominated and to win an Oscar?
What’s your favorite Penelope Cruz movie? Mine has to be Vicky Cristina Barcelona. She was amazing in that film!
As you know, she had tons of films under her belt, with her latest film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides opening in theaters May 20, 2011.
If you’re an L.A. resident and a fan, her star will be awarded April 1, 2011 at 11:30 am. in front of the El Capitan Theatre, 6834 Hollywood Boulevard.
Looking to network with other bloggers and marketing professionals? On April 6-8, Hispanicize 2011, the 2nd Annual Hispanic PR & Social Media Conference, will be held at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel & Spa in Hollywood, CA. Where all the stars are…of course.
With over 30 sessions and 80 speakers, this is the the first conference to bring together all Latino bloggers. This includes lifestyle, fashion, beauty, moms, dads, and more. You even have the option of attending the sessions in English or Spanish. Sessions include-”Half-Day Blogger Training: How to Transform Yourself into the Ultimate Latino Brand Ambassador” and “Speed Dating: Latina and Latino Bloggers Meet the Brands and Agencies”.
I recently gave out a few passes on LALatinaBloggers.com, but one of the winners is now a speaker! That means I get to give her pass away here on the blog!! The winner will win one conference pass.
You must do ALL of the following: Follow Click Latina via Google Friend Connect (sidebar), be a Los Angeles resident, and leave a comment below telling me what session or speaker at the conference you’re most looking forward too. You must leave a valid email address or your entry will not count. Please make sure to read the terms below.
The winner will be chosen randomly and announced on 4/01/11.
TERMS: This giveaway is only open to Latina bloggers who reside in the Los Angeles area, 18 years of age or older, who own or maintain a blog that is older than six (6) months, and post at least once per week. Void where prohibited. Employees, officers and directors and their immediate family members (parent, child, spouse or sibling and their espective spouses, regardless of where they reside) and those living in their same households, whether or not related) of Hispanicize, anyone professionally associated with Hispanicize and their respective parents, affiliates, subsidiaries and advertising and promotion agencies are not eligible to enter or win. By participating, entrants agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of the judges and/or Sponsor, which are binding and final on matters relating to this Sweepstakes. Sweepstakes is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws.
Columbian designer, Silvia Tcherassi, was announced today as the latest designer to collaborate with Payless ShoeSource. According to Payless, the two-year collaboration named Silvia Tcherassi for Payless, Tcherassi will design two semi-annual collections including shoes and handbags for the Spring and Fall seasons. The designs will be priced from $40-$70 an item, will “reflect a strong international and Latin influence inspired by the urban woman with a contemporary, passionate and vibrant sense of style.” The initial collection will be available in May.
“I am thrilled to be working with Payless on my first-ever shoe label. This is a great opportunity to create shoes and handbags to complement my existing fashion collections and for the Spring/Summer season this includes many important silhouettes like wedges, flats, strappy heels and thongs sandals with key trend details like bright color-blocking, unique mesh uppers and satin ribbon details and ties,” commented Tcherassi. “It was inspiring to work with the Payless footwear design team in NYC — together we created a sophisticated, contemporary collection that features the latest trends and high-end style, but at an affordable price starting at $40 a pair.”
For customers in the United States and Puerto Rico, the Silvia Tcherassi for Payless collection will be available at select Payless stores in eight cities in Puerto Rico and in about 15 U.S. markets including New York City, Miami, Tampa Bay, Boston and Washington D.C., among others, as well as a limited offering on Payless.com. The new line will also be available in stores across Latin America including Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago.
It’s the battle of all battles. The battle of struggling with your inner-self. Good girl vs. Bad girl.
Academy Award and Golden Globe winner, Natalie Portman, gives us, what I think is her best performance to date, in the psychological thriller Black Swan.
Natalie plays Nina, a timid and fragile New York ballerina fighting for the lead role in Swan Lake. She’s perfect for the dual role of the White Swan but, can she reach into her dark side for the role of the Black Swan? Can she let go of her vulnerability and innocence?
With the help of the artistic director Thomas Leroy (Vincent Cassel) and a new dancer, Lily (Mila Kunis), Nina takes us with her as she transforms and “loses herself.”
From beginning to end, I was mesmerized by this films ability to take hold of me and not let go. Nina’s struggle kind of became my own, as I sat on the edge of my seat, waiting for the next scene. I couldn’t believe the extremes Natalie went to for this role, but I applaud her for her courage. You could tell it was not only an emotionally draining role, but a physical one as well. It’s made my list as one of my “must see” films. Has it made yours?
Black Swan will be on DVD or Blu-ray tomorrow, March 29th.
Are you a Black Swan or White Swan? Take the Black Swan Experience. (FYI: I’m a White Swan)
**Disclaimer: I was NOT financially compensated for this review. Although, a copy of the film was provided for review purposes only. The above is my true and honest opinion.