Me: “That would be a tragedy wouldn’t it?”
D12: (Serious/Pensive) “Yeah”…
40 Diva Maria Calla Lilies = $150 (Love these!)
Described as ‘Maria’ cookies. The label says ‘Maria Berta’ which is a Hungarian name (… my roots). I know a ‘Berta’ family, which were family friends when I was growing up. These bikkies look like our Aussie ‘Marie’ biscuits.
Movie. Maria desperately needs to change her life and this movie follows her journey as she falls into life as a drug mule.
Maria island, Tasmania.
Maria Villa on the Caribbean Island of Anguilla.
Tennis star Maria Sharapova’s Motorola mobile phone auctioned for charity. It fetched: US$7534
Label from Maria Orange Juice – available in Malaysia. I have a Malaysian church friend named ‘Maria’ also.
Website ‘Header’ for artist Maria Palma. She sells her paintings, handmade jewellery and photography (I’ll attach pic’s of an eg. of each)
Protest against Maria Cantwell, Senator (Washington State, USA)
I will finish with an Optional Maria Poll #6. I haven’t done one in ages (So I will be keen to hear your answers!). Since this is a Foodie’s blog.. it will be food related today.
Do you like tinned tuna? And ‘please explain’. I love this ‘Sirena’ brand (especially in oil, but drained) and the ‘Sole Mare’ brand below. I also like Greenseas or ‘Select’ Woolworths/Safeway brand in Olive Oil too, 2.5pts a tin. But I predominantly keep Tuna in Springwater (1pt) in the pantry and add my own flavourings depending on my mood. Eg. WW sour cream, or a small amount of mayo.. or cottage cheese, sweet chilli sauce.. there’s so many things you can do with it. In my sandwich today I mixed Springwater Tuna with some WW sourcream +coriander + sweet chilli and put that in a sandwich with a small amount of hommus and some cos lettuce leaves. I occasionally buy flavoured tuna eg. with seeded mustard mayo, or with ‘carrots and corn’.. I noticed in Coles last week there’s a new line out there in mayonnaise type dressings. All ‘affordable’ for snacks and meals point-wise. I love mixing a tin of (drained) Olive Oil Tuna through good taglietelle egg pasta with parmesan, cracked pepper and lemon. The single orange tin in the pic below is Sole Mare’s ‘Tuna and Beans’ (a few kidney and cannelini beans sprinkled on top of the high quality flaked tuna).. very nice! I think I’m aware of at least three bloggers out there who don’t like fish/seafood… but what about in this form?