ermarket variety. Wow, were they hot. and I like hot!
My laptop is a little under the weather.
So I brought it to my friend who owns a computer hospital, where he nurses pc’s and laptops back to health. I hope to have it back in a day or two.
Stand by for new posts and pictures.
Next post; Tennis tournament, food pics and how much fruit do you really need?
I surprised myself with this one 😉
Make sure you read all the posts on K2 at Richards’s blog. It’s important I believe. I’m missing a link for Stephan’s Whole Health Source on the right, but will get it up there. Stephan has a very very insightful and super smart blog. I need to read it slowly (and often again) to really comprehend all that’s being laid out.
Once I got it to the required consistency, I added some scallion, and finely diced cucumber. Add a tiny splash of tamari sauce and a drop of mustard. Mix well and ENJOY. 😉
I put it on some nori and made a nice hand roll out of it.
Not for everyone, but if you want to be adventurous, give it a try. You can find it in most Asian grocery stores, in the frozen section. Put it in the fridge to defrost.
Here’s breakfast from the other morning. Poached some fresh salmon (heat water in a pan and add the salmon. Simple right?) and made salmon salad. Salmon, homemade mayo, capers and cucumber.
Side of watermelon.
This was a great office snack. Celery, almond butter and some fruit. I also ate two boiled eggs with it.
Have a great weekend everyone and try some Natto 😉
This is so easy and so delicious, you MUST try it.
I used a 7 oz. “Ultimate Grill Steak” from Lacense Beef. Side note. thanks to Jumpow (http://www.dadrewrite.blogspot.com/), in one of the comments pointed me to another resource for grass fed beef called, Lasater Grassland Beef (http://www.lgbeef.com/). It looks to be a lot more affordable and I will try it for my next order. When you have a chance check out Jumpow’s blog, make sure you check out the birthday cake his wife got him.
So I sliced the meat into nice thin strips, then in a large skillet sauted some shallots in butter. Add the meat and cook (salt & pepper optional). Watch the heat, when meat is ready remove from the pan. Turn up the heat and add a splash of red wine to the pan. Let it de-glaze a bit and next add a tablespoon of heavy cream. Cook until the cream sauce starts to thicken. Spoon over the meat. Small side salad of cherry tomatoes, with an evoo and balsamic drizzle and a few cilantro leaves.
In line with our primal/paleo ways; I have a question for everyone. Do you walk everyday? And if so how much do you walk?
Make it a great day everyone!!
Check this out;
I put a little bit of this dish on a plate to show you what my good friend surprised me with.
She entertains a good amount and serves this dish. She’s gathering quite a fan base.
Knowing about my blog and they way I eat, she brought me some to try.
Cooked shrimp, olive oil, vinegar, red onion, capers, orange and a few spices. Let me tell you; this is one delicious little treat.
I’m going to be making this myself soon. My little twist will be that I will not cook the shrimp. So it will be a “ceviche“. I don’t think that would work for my friend. When you entertain the way she does (and she does it in grand style) you can’t take the chance that your guests will eat and enjoy raw shrimp 😉
Another one of my friends recently told me that my blog inspired him to start cooking more.
Instead of buying roasted turkey breast cold cuts, he bought a fresh turkey breast and roasted it himself. He said it was one of the tastiest sandwiches he had in a while. So even if you don’t eat paleo/primal , eat whole, home made foods and you will be way ahead of the game.
Make good choices for yourself………you deserve it!!