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Month: October 2009

“Just Do It”

For me, this Nike slogan will go down as one of the best ever. Richard (again) had a great post, responding to an inquiry from a new reader. Some great advice there from Richard but also from all the people leaving a comment. The underlying theme of the advice is simple and straight forward just Read More

Yogurt Dressing

Just quickly; I’m in no way associated or compensated by the product/company below. Product review. I had told Richard at Free the Animal that I would post next time I got this.Fage yogurt has been in the spot light lately and yours truly loves full fat Fage. It truly is better then sour cream.But I Read More

Grilled Vegetable Salad and Running

No picture, as the grilled vegetable salad was inhaled by the large crowd that I made this for.But do give this one a try. 1 Red pepper, 1 yellow pepper, 1 hatch chili pepper (jalapeno or other), 2 zucchini, 2 yellow squash, 2 roma tomatoes, 1 large onion. Char the peppers and then put them Read More


Would have been nice of me to let you know I would be not posting for a few days right? Sorry about that. It’s been a hectic week to say the least and my family is visiting from Europe. So kicking it back in South Beach, FL. and showing them around. I don’t know if Read More

Beef and Patience

The other day I bought some rib eye from the local supermarket. The rib eye was thinly sliced. Looks pretty good right? Well, sadly these steaks SUCKED! Why do you think that is? Is it the chemicals they use to bring out the nice red color? The zucchini was tasty though 😉 FEEL GOOD LIVING Read More

Play and Pictures

Mark Sisson has pointed it out in many posts. PLAY is a key component of working out and staying in shape. This little game cost less then 10 bucks. My son and I can PLAY this for hours. A great game where we are not trying to beat it each other, but competitive towards a Read More

Steak and Salad

I promised I would post a picture of the finished product. Well here it is with a nice salad. I actually sliced the steak before grilling. With these types of cuts, you often have a thick and a thin part, so in order for it all to come out just right, it’s easier to monitor Read More

Beef Chuck Flat Iron Steak, Change and 5K update

Eating good grass fed beef doesn’t have to break the bank. If your on a budget there are really good overlooked cheaper cuts you can get. Familiarise yourself with them and ask your butcher. They usually don’t put them in the display case, but they often have them in the back. Beef Chuck Flat Iron Read More

VFF’s and too much Cuban Food

I never posted a pic of my classics before. I still love the classics, but will give in and buy a pair of the sprints soon. I can honestly say they are my favorite shoes of all time……..even though my kids beg me not to wear them when we’re out together 😉 I have found Read More


I just love love love, how our primal/pale/ef community has grown and continues to grow. I’ve learned so much over the last 3 and a half years. I hope that I’ve inspired some and that my recipes ideas/guidelines are being utilised. Personally, I’ve taken many people’s recommendations and ideas, tried them and upon trying incorporated Read More

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