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Month: July 2009

Chicken Kebabs

Before we go on with the reviews of The Garden of Eating, a small interlude and picture of some INSANE chicken kebabs. Simple, so here we go; rub a pound of skinless boneless chicken thighs with some cumin, paprika, garlic powder, sea salt and pepper. Now for the secret ingredient add 1/4 cup of fresh Read More

The Garden of Eating, Cook Book Review Part 1.

Well, I’ve been cooking up a storm thanks to my new friend Ms. Rachel Albert–Matesz. Also know as The Healthy Cooking Coach. About a month ago, Rachel contacted yours truly and told me she liked my blog and the way I went about cooking. (I was full of spring all day, and saw my long Read More

Some more Pictures and Back to Food

Signs like this one above, do remind you that you are in a place were there could be serious danger. People there live with this reality, but it does not damper the spirit or way of life in the least. For all you potential “Bruno” fans, I took his picture. Contrasts? From Bruno billboards to Read More

Spices, Food and Pictures

I just love spices and flavors from different parts of the world. The Middle Easts has it’s share of some amazing variety. A lot of the flavor is dominated by one spice in particular, namely Cumin. This little spice shop was delightful. I brought back a few little containers for experimenting. One of the big Read More

Back from Vacation

I’ve had a glorious week away. I’ve have not written about it much, but traveling is truly one of my passions in life. I enjoy being in immersed in different cultures. It helps you re-connect with humanity in my opinion. Ultimately we’re all the same…..but we can get so caught up in our little daily Read More

Pictures and a short break

Here are some pictures of my “paleo/ef/primal” son Jack. He eats “real foods”. Some think he’s to thin…I tell him he’s just perfect. It makes me feel good that when my kids (when they are with me) make play dough art, they make “real food” sculptures. Lastly, a simple breakfast off eggs, spinach salad and Read More