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Month: May 2011

Condiment Addiction

Not just me, but it seems everyone I make this for, quickly develops an addiction to this multi use little condiment. 1 bunch of fresh cilantro 2 cloves of garlic 1/2 small spanish onion or 4 green onions/scallions 3 tbs red wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar 1 tsp sea salt Extra virgin olive oil Toss Read More

Happy Memorial Day

Happy Memorial Day!! Without these brave young American soldiers, many of us would not be here today….and that includes yours truly. It’s a good day, kiss and hug your loved ones, be grateful,  be nice and get your grill on! Read More

Jose Andres-Genius Restaurants

Most but perhaps not everyone knows about Jose Andres. A true genius and one that truly cares about the well being of the citizens of this world. YES, I admire the man a whole lot. For those of you that need a small intro here we go: José Andrés is a native of Spain and Read More

The Little Things and Real Food

I have traveled a good amount in my life, and it never ceases to amaze me that you don’t have to be in some exotic locale to find hidden gems. Little things, parks, creeks, walking paths that are often forgotten by the locals because they are in their own backyard. Thanks to my gorgeous and Read More

Paleo on a Budget

Good post at Free The Animal. Richard giving some smart link love to Sean over at Prague Stepchild. I like this recent post and challenge especially because I think it will help a lot of people. So, I will share my food costs and recipes to join in the effort. Let me start by saying, that Read More

Restaurant Review KUSHI, Washington DC.

I was in Washington DC last week for a conference and went to a very very good Japanese restaurant. It is an Izakaya bar. It is a bit like a Japanese “tapas” restaurant. They serve small plates with delectable little treats. This is somewhat of a expanded Izakaya concept as they also serve sushi. I’m not Read More