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Month: July 2012

Expertise Not Needed

If you have some Feel Good Eating ingredients on hand, you don’t need much know how to prepare yourself a very tasty meal. Cut your fresh salmon and boil some rice…voila. Fresh raw salmon served over a bit of rice. chopped scallion, avocado, a little bit of roe and a sprinkle of sesame seeds. (have Read More

Mediterranean meets Mexican & a Fireman

Flavors that is, and someone to control the heat. I really love combining recipes from different parts of the world, in fact I believe it has become one of my specialities. Last night with a “left over” fridge, I made the following; In a about a tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil on low heat, Read More

Change, Thoughts and Relocation

I’ve written about it before, LIFE is CHANGE. Things are always changing. Because of change, we learn to adapt and we grow. We must learn this though,  and it requires perseverance at first when we’re young.You must learn to accept change as a natural part of life, over time, you will become good at it. Strive Read More

Simple Grilling Pleasure & Salad Dressing Recipe

These days of elaborate grills, out door kitchens, grilling accessories and tools, there’s is something inherently satisfying in using a very small grill, hibachi or actual small wood fire. It’s too hot for camping this time of year where I COULD make a nice fire, but it’s never too hot for grilling for me. SO, Read More

Veggies & Seasonal Eating

A recent comment by Bryce, Student of Fitness on Chris Highcock’s super blog, got me thinking about “seasonal eating” some more. Again, my old martial arts teacher used to talk about this 20 years ago, how it was very important to eat only foods that were in “season”. It got me thinking back a bit about Read More

Miso Cod

In a small bowl combine 2 tablespoons of miso paste with 2 tablespoons of rice vinegar. Put the mixture on your fish and marinate for a few hours. Grill on low heat or under your broiler. Top with a chopped scallion. some tamari and a drizzle of sesame oil. (mix prior to cooking and let Read More

Workouts, Love and Meals

I’ve really been enjoying “lifting weights” these last few weeks. I switch up my routines often and basically do what I fancy on any given day. As such, one day a week I might “lift” for 45 minutes in a very traditional way. As in  4 sets of 8-10 reps per body part, starting light Read More

Primal Sandwiches

I think I’ve posted before about what in Brazil is known as pao de queijo. They are eaten in Argentina. Bolivia and Columbia also, perhaps with different names. They are basically little cheese buns made with cassava (tapioca) or corn flour. The cheese flavor is very minimal. If you CRAVE to make a sandwich, these Read More

Seafood with Beurre Blanc

Reason I call this recipe “sea food” , is that just so many different sea-foods pair with this classic french beurre blanc sauce. It’s so incredibly decadent and mouth watering good that this was the end result last night; After the kitchen smelling fantastic and me being rather hungry, I sat down to eat and Read More

Reader Meals & A Few Words of Advice

It makes me so happy to get emails and feedback from readers with success stories or emails with pictures from people that have made meals inspired by FeelGoodEating. One of my daily faithful readers is 85 years young. This was one of the great lunches she just had: This wonderful lady simply sauteed some red Read More

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