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I'm posting this for those of you that have never made an exotic/Indian/coconut milk dish. I want to hopefully show you how easy it is, and then this can serve as a springboard for you to experiment and go to town on your next new flavor dishes. So here's is…


One of my favorite fishing spots. I didn't catch anything........but he sure did. Turkey meatballs;I like ground turkey. It's versatile and makes for a good change from the grass fed ground beef. I don't however like ground turkey breast. It has no flavor at all.Chop up some onion, grab your…

Left over soup…….


With the farmers market available to me this time of year, I must confess that I sometimes end up with a fridge so chock full of greens that I can't always get to eating everything.A beautiful head of organic bok choy looked at me sadly yesterday and said "what about…

Crockpot and Links


Last night before going to bed, I got the crockpot going. Garlic cloves, evoo, carrots, remaining 2 pounds of the beef chuck shoulder clod, turkey sausage and a Black Hawk stout.Woke up to a wonderful smelling house this morning and breakfast was ready.Blogger won't let me upload pics at the…

Beef & Stout


Thanks to Chris and this recent post about beer marinade. I decided to try something new. I bought a large cut of grassfed beef chuck shoulder clod. (very cheap, even grassfed)It's almost a 3 pound hunk of beef. I cut of a slice of about a pound and submerged it…

Working out in a fasted state


Just finished up a small weekend tennis tournament.Yours truly won both the men's singles and the men's doubles.I'm sure most of you read Keith's amazing blog. He talks often about working out in a fasted state. I've found that playing tennis in a fasted/ somewhat hungry state has me playing…