web analytics

Month: June 2014

Savory Simple Shrimp Recipe

I really love shrimp. Always have. Try this recipe and let me know if you like it. Many people cook shrimp for to long. They don’t need a lot of heat nor long cooking time. 1. ¬†One pound of Shrimp (frozen is totally fine, but stay with wild and as local as possible. Far East Read More

Chicken Salad + Advice

Or salad with chicken, whatever works. Just a bit of grilled chicken thighs. Grilled, sliced and put together with a bit of romaine, tomato, carrot, daikon, cilantro and a light ponzu and sesame oil dressing. Great summer meal. The more I read, the clearer it really gets and the simple truth about ALL nutrition advice Read More

Thoughts

A long time ago I read the first 3 books of Carlos Castaneda. It took me on my first journey into the unknown. It left me yearning for more…and than very much like a distracted 20 year old…I forgot all about it. Recently through some blog or article I read this “In the universe there Read More

Going Out to Eat, at Home

I think it’s SO much better to make “naughty” food at home than eating “naughty” food in the restaurant. At home you can control the ingredients and besides from creating an even more palatable experience, you won’t feel like complete shit afterwards. And as a last added bonus… it will only cost you 1/5th of Read More

World Cup and Choice

Since 1978, I have not missed the opening match of the World Cup. I’m excited today. I grew up with this 4 week madness that hits the world every 4 years. I still live it today. I feel excited like a 10 year old boy. Woke up this morning with those little butterflies. And my Read More