- Maria Murriel, Shine Latina Editor | Healthy Living | Wed, Oct 23, 2013 3:10 PM EDT | Comments
Several NYC subway signs have been changed from an 'N' to an 'Ñ' as a temporary nod to Hispanics and their contributions to the Big Apple....Read More »
The change has not been approved by the MTA, New York city's public-transit authority, but seems to be getting approval from others.
- Shine Latina Editor | Beauty | Wed, Oct 23, 2013 1:55 PM EDT | Comments
Keep your nails on par with your spooky outfit with this truly easy Frankenstein nail design. Follow along with Charleen's easy steps in the video below, and see that your nail art doesn't have to be exact to look amazing.
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- Lili's Latin Kitchen | Shine Food | Fri, Oct 18, 2013 12:01 PM EDT | Comments
By Liliana Moyano for Shine LatinaThe best thing about croquetas, a staple food of several Latin countries, is that they can be made out of almost anything.
Croquetas de yuca
Last week I had some boiled yucca leftovers from a family barbeque. I found table cream and some shredded mozzarella cheese in the fridge, so I knew I was golden.
I mashed the yucca, mixed it with the cheese and cream, and came up with the most-delicious pan-fried yucca croquettes. I could've had a whole new party and used them as appetizers!...Read More »
- Charleen Gonzalez, Shine Latina | Beauty | Wed, Oct 16, 2013 1:06 PM EDT | CommentsSome brands claim their products will make you look like a million bucks, but you might spend about that much in the process. Some products, I feel, are worth the splurge -- like good mascara and foundation -- but you'll have to be the judge of some of the more-expensive stuff out there.
The average mascara costs about $10, but some of the high-end alternatives can go upward of $70. But that is relatively cheap compared to a face moisturizer that goes for $1,900!
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- Shine Latina Editor | Shine Food | Fri, Oct 18, 2013 12:02 PM EDT | Comments
By Liliana Moyano for Shine LatinaEven if deviled eggs are your favorite dish, having to peel so many hard-boiled eggs perfectly might make preparing deviled eggs your least-favorite cooking task.
Latin deviled eggs with cilantro and jalapeno
My trick is to remove the eggs from the fridge and leave them out at room temperature before placing them in boiling water. To avoid cracking the shells, lower them into the pot with a spoon.
For an important gathering recently, I spiced up a traditional recipe that I loved: I used table cream, mustard, mayo and cilantro to the egg mix and topped the yellow filling with minced jalapeno, for a little kick. Try my new recipe below:...Read More »