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Month: July 2008

Peace, tranguility and adventure in the mountains

Blue Ridge, Georgia.Where the Appalachian Trail starts, and home to some of the oldest mountains in the world.It’s very beautiful here. I’ve been trying to post some pics, but I think blogger is having some issues. Last night’s dinner;Thin slices of rib eye, sauteed with garlic, onion, portobello mushrooms, spinach, asparagus and some raw endive Read More


Would you believe it has taken me 1 week to get a battery for my camera!!!! The reason is two fold. 1. It’s one of those items that I just can’t seem to remember ( kind off like certain phone numbers that never seem to stick) and 2. It irks me how expensive they are Read More

“… I have seen that in any great undertaking it is not enough for a man to depend simply upon himself.”

Lone Man (Isna-la-wica) Teton Sioux, was the wise man that said that. We need each other in this world. So we better figure out how to get along. Anywho; back to food 😉 I still get a lot of emails with questions on how to get started eating this way. So I offer this advice. Read More

Chicken meatloaf with spinach

Easy chicken meatloaf; 2 pounds ground chicken. Add a lot of garlic 😉 minced onion (one medium sized one), 1 egg, one tbsp coconut oil. Now you can use whatever you want here, but for a different and special flavor i used “ketjap manis” which is a sweet soy sauce. Paleo eaters beware, it does Read More

Enjoy every day…..PLEASE.

My friend in New York City has to be one of the bravest people I’ve personally encountered in my life. What he went and is going through breaks some one’s spirit. He’s fighting hard to not let it, but it is an all consuming battle. He’s going to make it, but it will have taken Read More

Crock pot time

Slice an onion and chop garlic. 6-8 skinless chicken thighs and curry powder. Saute all in nice hot coconut oil. After you brown it on both sides, toss everything in the crock pot. Add some baby carrots and another half a sliced onion. Add one can of coconut milk, stir. Cover, low heat. Come home Read More

“Wherever you go, go with all your heart”

Confucius said that quite some time ago………..important to listen to it now too. Anywho, back to food 🙂 Compound butter. Sounds fancy but oh so easy. Some parchment or wax paper is what you’ll need. Butter. some basil, lemon juice and zest, coarse sea salt (only use if you are using unsalted butter) Mix together Read More

Spiraling food costs, choices and something completely different

So food is getting more expensive here in the US. The recent news is showing us that a gallon of milk cost more then $4.00. Take a look; This a 2.5 pound bag of spinach, (not from Mexico or China), from California. It sells at Costco for $4.95. What should we be consuming anyway? Our Read More