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Month: January 2010

Perspective, be nice and Breakfast

Commentary on a picture taken from space, of planet earth. “We succeeded in taking that picture [from deep space], and, if you look at it, you see a dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever lived, lived out their lives. The aggregate of Read More

Random Variety

I’ve been thinking about this for the past week and it’s difficult for me to put it into words as eloquently as I would like. Art Devany has some very scientific examples of this “randomization” principle and wrote about it often, years ago. I don’t know if he has addressed it recently, as my paid Read More

Salsa Verde

Before I get to this most decadent easy to make little condiment, I thought I’d give you an update on how I felt the week after running that half marathon. My knees got progressively more sore and sensitive on Sunday, and by Sunday night I could barely take steps. Monday morning my knees were fine. Read More

“Stupid is, as stupid does” AND The best shout out ever.

I guess I will start with the adressing the great quote above from one of my favorite movies, Forrest Gump.There are of course many others from the movie, but  this past Friday a business associate called me to go over some things and at then end of the conversation he said “hey; do you want to run Read More


I added the link to to Dr. Kurt Harris’s site PaleoNU. I meant to do this a while ago, but the administrative duties of my blogging usually fall behind schedule. Hence the lame lay out 😉 At some point I will get my butt in gear and make it look a little nicer. In my third Read More

Spanish Ground Lamb

Still no battery for my camera, funny how sometimes the simplest of errands, take the longest to accomplish. hmmmmm……. So my apologies for the crummy phone pic. I’m going to share one of my all time favorites with you today. Spanish ground lamb. This is so super easy to make. Ingredients; Ground lamb, garlic, onion, Read More

Tomatoes and Sunset

The area where I live is one if not the largest producers of tomatoes in the U.S. Just yesterday I was fortunate enough to get a back door pass to one of the farms and packing houses. Pretty neat and I learned a lot about tomatoes. From a paleo/primal perspective, I now understand why there Read More

The “Murph” a CrossFit workout

Little Crossfit workout this morning to start the new year.The “Murph” consists of the following. 1 mile run100 pull ups200 push ups300 squats1 mile run. My calf is still not right, so I “rowed” for the 2 miles instead.I started with 20 pull ups, 45 push up and 20 squats.From there my numbers only decreased Read More

Universal Chicken Dish & Avocado Soup

I’m just taking an educated guess here, but I think almost every culture has a version of this chicken dish. Namely, chicken with garlic.I’ve tasted it from many different cultures, but I think one of my favorites is this version from Spain. It’s a classic Feel Good Eating dish. Easy to prepare, fresh simple ingredients Read More