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Month: September 2012

Incredible Picture and Lamb Riblet Soup

I’m a very proud papa. Take a look at the picture my daughter took at her school. She’s the photographer for the year book and newspaper.   I still have several pounds of grassfed lamb riblets left and decided to make a soup with some of it. Remember the lamb riblets? They are tasty on Read More

Ankle Musings & Questions

  Maybe sometimes little  set backs, like this broken bone thing,really have the potential to be growing experiences or perhaps putting many things in perspective, maybe it just a big mind fuck, who knows. But I will tell you, that you don’t ever think about injuries like this ( at least I didn’t, and I Read More

Ankle Update

Yup, it’s broken. Went for some X-rays and I broke my fibula and tibia. Playing tennis something like this can happen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFyxSaYqwtY Anybody have any experience with surgery like that? Expecting perhaps a screw in my fibula. Onward and upward. BE HAPPY Read More

Laid up and Grateful

Don’t be grossed out by my gnarly foot. It has a bunch of cream on there to relieve pain and swelling. I rolled, sprained or fractured my ankle last night playing tennis. I’m not sure if I heard a “pop” or a “snap” when it happened, it was drowned out by my baby screams of Read More

Marinated Boneless Beef Short Ribs Low Calorie Recipe # 3

I love beef short ribs. They have an amazing beef flavor and they are extremely affordable. I have done a few posts showing them grilled here and here, but you have to try what I’m about to show you. You will need: 1.5 to 2 pounds of boneless beef short ribs. 1 heaping table spoon of Read More