Dick in the Kitchen #1 (tuna cakes)
Logan’s Tuna Cakes
prep time: 10 minutes
cook time: 5-10 minutes
makes 4-6 cakes
2 cakes tuna drained and separated
2 Tb Vegetable Broth or Juice from tuna cans
2 Tb Lime Juice
1 tsp lemon juice
1/2 cup bread crumbs
1 1/2 tsp chili powder
1 1/2 tsp garlic minced
1 1/2 Tb parsley chopped
3/4 cup chopped cilantro
1/3 red bell pepper diced
1 small celery stock diced
salt and pepper to taste
step 1. in a medium sized bowl combine tuna,broth, lime juice, lemon juice, bread crumbs, cilantro, chili powder, red bell pepper, garlic, celery, parsley and salt/pepper.
step 2. Taste mixture, determine if it needs more of any ingredient, add to taste.
step 3. Mix in egg
step 4. roll mixture into small balls (recommended optional step set aside and chill in fridge on wax paper for 30 minutes. Will help keep cakes together while cooking)
step 5. slick skillet with butter or olive oil, heat on medium/high; add cakes cooking on each side for 3-5 minutes
step 6. enjoy on a bun, by itself or in a salad. :)
mark wunderlich is reading my mind with his response to this new fancy pants reblogz for the homo marriage campaign. I’m so over this. I’m so over the fight. Especially when there are so many more prevalent things to fight for within and outside of the queer community. If anything the n.p.h./david burtka mold aka “non-threatening gay peeps” is a mockery of the diversity of the spectrum.Equality means just that and the HRC tends to shy away from representations of queers outside of their comfort zone. It just feels disingenuous. j/s I’m so sick of people feeling the need to be and have spokesmen that “tone it down” and I’m so sick of gay people who hate other gays for being “too gay/queer” I’m so sick of middle america never catching up to me
I was repping gay marriage almost 20 years ago. I’ve been ready for this. I feel like everyone else is just caught in molasses, stuck in a moment I’m eons past
bertoltbrechtfast asked: i'm wondering what you look like
today like diz
huh that’s the first photo I’ve taken in a year. this is me last october as dr. horrible
the other day I worked at a different store and got a chance to talk with this guy, he’s always been friendly but we don’t really know each other. He asked me if I had a significant other. I genuinely laughed for a minute. Then I realized he was serious. And that was maybe the first time in years someone has asked me that. And then I wondered what that says about me, good or bad. Or if it should say anything at all. He asked me why it was funny and I was at a loss for words.
Somedays my life feels like a small bubble. No context, just that.
redisdead asked: (This isn't an ask, but I still like to say stuff to my followers) But a thank-you for the follow and a good-luck on going through the hormonal shots, since I've heard it isn't easy.
fanboy-ism-deactivated20130221 asked: La la la la I like your blogggg
Oh why thank you
Trans* in the media
I just read O.P. #6 the school issue
I love having a magazine by and for trans guys, makes me believe in my generation of trans people. That we could really make progress for equality, for some societal understanding, beyond visibility. Visibility in the media is a cheap thrill that diminishes quickly, like a sugar rush the day after Halloween. Everytime I read a random trans* related article in People or on the web, it always appears to be the same article constructed one of two ways option A. “How I knew I was Trans” option B. “A justification to the world and this shitty magazine about how I’m trans” Whenever I read something like that I just feel a pang, because as any visible/out trans* person will tell you the world acts like you owe them an explanation for existing for going through “the change” friends, family,acquaintances, strangers, doctors, shrinks, they all NEED to know “why”. And this isn’t something worked up to. This is usually a blasé question thrown at your feet with no subtly or shame.
I don’t ever want to take for granted
how wonderful it is to not have to
compromise my sense of humor/personality/mannerisms/self
in order to be read properly
(thank you hormones)
6 months on the 23rd