Crisp Tuna Salad and UnoTelly Discount Coupon Giveaway


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Can you feel that warm breeze coming in through the windows? The smell of summer is in the air. Though we had a mild winter I am so looking forward to the official start of summer. I’m really looking forward to summer fruits, vegetables and salads. During the summer I often prefer a salad over a heavy meaty meal for dinner. This crisp tuna salad is one of my favorite summertime dinners.

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You see the photo above? Those 4 ingredients are pretty much all that goes into this salad. So simple yet it lacks nothing. It has a fruit, two vegetables, a protein, fat will come from the olive oil we’ll drizzle over it, and the bread we will serve on the side provides the carbohydrates. See it lacks nothing. Plus if the day is a hot one you won’t have to go near the oven or stove. I think you can see why I love this salad so much.

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Crisp Tuna Salad
lettuce, I’ve used Bibb but you can use your favorite
tomatoes wedges
carrot, shaved or sliced or shredded
canned tuna, I prefer one in olive oil but use what you like
olive oil, try to use a good quality one
salt and ground black pepper, to taste

Arrange or toss salad as desired. You can toss the olive oil with the lettuce or I like to drizzle it over the plate, then sprinkle a little bit of salt and ground black pepper. Serve alongside your favorite bread.

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Special UnoTelly Promotion For Spicie Foodie Readers:

On Friday I told you all about my new favorite service, UnoTelly. To refresh your memories, UnoTelly is the great service that will help those of us living outside of the USA access Netflix, Hulu and many more American media channels. I’ve had their service for almost two weeks and I can’t recommend it enough. My friends over at UnoTelly have been kind enough to run a very special promotion for Spicie Foodie readers. They have given me 20 discount coupon cards to pass on to you all. The coupon is for 25% off. UnoTelly’s prices are all ready very low ($4.95 or  $7.95 a month) and with the 25% off coupon code this is a bargain!

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How to receive your 25% off UnoTelly coupon:
– Leave a comment saying you want a 25% off coupon code. (There are only 20 0 available)
– Available only to those living outside of the USA.
– The expiry date is Oct 31 2012
– The coupon can be applied to all UnoDNS products
– The coupon can be redeemed during checkout to get 25% off.

More information about UnoTelly:
UnoTelly is a DNS-based system that allows people who live outside of the USA to watch Netflix and Hulu. UK expats can on the other hand enjoy British channels (BBC iPlayer, 4oD, iTV, Channel 5) they miss. You can connect your computer, smartphone, TV, xbox 360, WII, Android, iPad, AppleTV, Roku, and many other devices. Set up is fast and easy, unlimited bandwidth, you’ll not only be able to access Hulu, Netflix, Amazon instant video but many American and British media channels.

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    • says

      Hi Freddy,

      I edited the comment to remove your email address, we don’t want you to get spammed by internet trolls.

      I’ve just emailed you the code. Have fun:)!

  1. says

    I love mixed salads in all seasons and especially with tuna for the protein. I always add an avocado to give a different texture to the crispness of the other vegetables.

  2. says

    Sorry, hit the wrong key :( Lovely salad with all the warmth of summer…and so happy to see that you can have access to various TV and Movies…great giveaway and discount!

  3. Eha says

    Lovely photo of one of my fave salads! And yes, I make a full meal out of it :) ! Trying to eat healthy I must admit to usually selecting fish packed in brine. Somehow with tuna that does not cut it for me – think it only a little bit of ‘culinary wickedness’ and enjoy, enjoy, enjoy :) !

  4. says

    I love tuna…. it’s easy and filling!! Love the crispy and fresh way you prepared it! It’s perfect for the warm days ahead. :)

  5. Tricia says

    I’d love a coupon! I’ve been sorely missing US netflix since moving overseas last year.

    Also, I second about your fab plates. Where are they from?

    • says

      Hi Tricia,

      I’ve just emailed it to you. Have fun, I’m sure you’ll love it as much as we have.

      Thanks:) The plates came from a Japanese store, they import them from Japan.

  6. says

    Nancy, what a nice summer salad dish! So no dressing, just olive oil and S&P? That’s very easy indeed! I always have tuna can in my pantry for tuna salad. And I have lettuce and tomatoes too. This is not only good for summer, but it will be all year around great recipe to try!

  7. Calvin says

    Hey, I really enjoyed this post! Also I’d like a UnoTelly coupon code as well. Thanks. :)

  8. Joe says

    Nice site! I’ll have to give it more of a read.

    I would love an UnoTelly coupon please. Thanks!

  9. Monique says

    Would u happen to have a UnoTelly coupon left for me?
    I LOVE the service! I signed up for the trial and my trial has just run out. It is awesome to be able to access netflix and other awesome sites while abroad.
    I would be super appreciative! Thanks

  10. Alex V says

    Hi Nancy,

    Thanks for the code, actually I have been using the service for a month or so. Its really good, VPN services caps the bandwidth sometimes to even 50%, which is a huge inconvenience. So when I found out about them, I started using them as a trial, so far, we are doing great.

    Thanks again! :)

  11. says


    Great recipe … would love to get one of those codes if there are still any. I’m in Canada and would like to try out UnoTelly.


  12. Chris M says

    Me too, me too!

    May I please have the UnoTelly coupon code as well? I would much appreciate it.

    As for the recipes, I think I’ve had enough tuna for one lifetime, but I like the pictures.



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