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Archive for April, 2009

Link Love

April 28, 2009
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Link Love

I’ve added three more links on the right.It keeps amazing me how neat it is to build virtual friendships.Meeting and engaging with people that have the same interests and outlook.It’s really cool. I’ve mentioned him before but please make sure you visit:http://www.smoketheblowfish.blogspot.com/ Mike’s writing style is just fantastic and if you like a little...
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“FAT, it does a body good”

April 27, 2009
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“FAT, it does a body good”

Are you trying your hand at eating paleo/primal/ef? My advice to you, make sure your “fat” intake is plentiful. If you are trying to “lean” out you do need to watch your portion size. Take a look: 99.9 % of nutritionists would have a field day with this meal right? Guacamole, one and half...
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Easy # 4

April 22, 2009
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Easy # 4

Here’s the last recipe in the easy series for now. Try this dinner with some guests if possible. They will sing your cooking praises 3 pounds skinless chicken thighs 8-10 chopped garlic coves 1/2 cup chopped onion (shallots work best, but don’t sweat it if you don’t have them) 1/4 cup of honey 2...
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Play, Exercise, my thoughts and Mr. G. Jones

April 18, 2009
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Play, Exercise, my thoughts and Mr. G. Jones

I played some tennis Saturday morning with my good friends George and Tom. It really got me thinking. There is so much discussion and disagreement and lately posturing about the “right” type of diet and exercise. What supplements to take, the ultimate food model. Strength training, skill training, sport specific training, and the list...
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Easy # 3

April 14, 2009
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Easy # 3

Kalamata olive and garlic aioli coleslaw. This is my variation on coleslaw. I make a lot of it, it keeps well in the fridge. Once again EASY….. so here we go. Organic green and red cabbage. 1 cup of each. I use a mandolin slicer to shred it 2 cloves of garlic 10 kalamata...
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Easy 2

April 13, 2009
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Easy 2

Ready for another easy meal?Follow along……. 1 zucchini (the one showing is called Italian zucchini. They are great for grilling as they are bigger) slice, drizzle with evoo and sprinkle paprika, garlic powder, sea salt and fresh ground pepper. NEXT 1/2 pound ground turkey 1/2 pound grass fed beef 2 cloves of chopped garlic...
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Easy #1

April 10, 2009
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Easy #1

I’m going to do a little series. I’m going to post step by step Feel Good Eating recipes, with the intent to illustrate how EASY it really is, to make a tasty wholesome meal. My question and possible weekend project; would a cooking video be something you would like to see? Dinner; 3/4 pound...
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Pressed for time 2

April 9, 2009
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Pressed for time 2

Love this type of salad when I’m short on time. 2 slices of bacon. I cut them with kitchen shears into little strips. Small pat of butter, 2 garlic cloves, sliced spring onion and 2 chicken sausages. Squeeze out of casing. Cook until almost done then add about 6-8 sliced kalamata olives. Break up...
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Pressed for time.

April 7, 2009
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Pressed for time.

Was hungry last night and short on time. Didn’t get to eat until after 8:30, as I joined my girlfriend for one of her “Boot Camp ” sessions with her group. Post to follow on that. I think you will enjoy it Bratwurst and a salad. These Bratwurst are one of my favorites. They...
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Functional vs Show

April 6, 2009
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Functional vs Show

We all have seen the big body builder types with hulking shoulders and small boulders for biceps, yet they can’t do a pull up. So that got me thinking about my favorite subject; Feel Good Eating. The same functional vs. show model plays out in my kitchen quite often. When I grew up, a...
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