- 2 Flour tortillas
- 1/2 pound of fresh salmon
- 1 tomato
- 1/2 green pepper
- 1/2 jalapeno pepper (optional)
- 1/4 of onion
- 3 lettuce leaves
- 1/2 ripened avocado
- 1 tablespoon of hot sauce
- lemon juice to taste
- 2 tablespoons of water
- 1 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce
- salt to taste
We start with the marinade by pouring it into a mixing bowl with the lemon juice, water, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce and salt. Place salmon in bowl and let sit for 30 minutes.
While the salmon is marinating cut the onion, bell pepper, tomato, lettuce and avocado into thin strips.
Heat the marinade in a frying pan with a few drops of olive oil. Grill salmon by placing it skin side down on a medium flame for about 8 minutes. Continue to marinade as salmon is cooking. After 8 minutes, flip salmon and cook for another 5 minutes.
Heat tortillas in the grill or microwave and place on a dish. Add vegetables and jalapeno. Top everything off with pieces of the salmon and sour cream.
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What is Sea Glass? Sea glass is glass that has been slowly dissolved and tumbled by water, sand and rocks. Tumbling gives the glass a smooth and frosted finish. Sea glass is also known as Mermaid Tears. The term, “Mermaid Tears” comes from an old story which says that when a sailor dies at sea, a Mermaid would cry and her tears (or sea glass) would wash up on on shore.
Sea glass can be found anywhere on any beach but you’ll have the best luck at beaches that are near dumps or old naval yards. These are typically places where glass has been thrown into the sea and had time to be tumbled by the waves. Older pieces of sea glass may tend to be smaller in size but come in beautiful and unique colors like lavender, cobalt blue and red. Newer pieces of sea glass may not be as rounded but can be larger and are typically found in hues of green, white and brown.
Our Sea Glass Wine Stoppers are crafted from newer pieces of glass and available in coastal colors like blue, aqua, green and white. These stunning wine stoppers are larger in size and usually measure 1 1/2″ wide. Their shapes will vary slightly but in general are round and have a smooth frosted finish. There may be a small amount of pitting or tiny bubbles but this is all part of their beauty!
My Spring beauty essentials are mostly about renewal. Getting rid of the old and in with the new! I’m all about sloughing off dry skin and hydrating a fresh face. Take a look at my top picks for Spring:
1} L’oreal Hair Mask $7.50 I use this once a week and it helps to keep my dry ends hydrated
2} Burt’s Bees Coconut + Pear Lip Balm $3 This stuff goes quick! If you can find it, grab it.
3} L’oreal Paris Colour Riche Balm – Rose Elixir $6 This is a sheer moisturizing lipstick, you can layer the color to get it lighter or darker
4} Essie Spring Nail Polish Set $17 Right now my favorite colors are lavender and turquoise!
5} Oil of Olay Microdermabrasion $32 I use this morning and at night to slough off any dry skin
6} Handmade Hair Ties $7 Poor quality hair elastics cause split ends – these are worth the $$$
7} Kiehl Overnight Facial Mask $35 I think it’s important to moisturize day and night
8} Burt’s Bees Peppermint Foot Lotion $8 I love this stuff! I put it on before I go to bed and I wake up with smooth/lovely smelling feet!
9} Pumice Stone $4 I believe that the pumice stone is a beauty basic, it doesn’t matter how pretty your pedicure is if your heels are cracked and dry!!