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Miso Shrimp with Smoked Salmon, Spinach and Asparagus

November 9, 2010
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Miso Shrimp with Smoked Salmon, Spinach and Asparagus

I could start with a little “gym” rant this morning…but instead let me focus my attention on giving you a simple recipe and hopefully some straight forward instructions to make this dish. 1 pound of shrimp 3 small slices of smoked salmon, ripped/cut into small pieces 2 cloves of garlic, chopped 1 tablespoon onion, chopped...
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Escarole Soup with Grass Fed Beef

November 8, 2010
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Escarole Soup with Grass Fed Beef

It’s SO nice to have the farmers market back in my life. Not just for all the great food, but for my wallet too. Yesterday morning I spent $85 for a week’s worth of food, (including two pounds of fresh shrimp) $35 of which was for grass fed beef, the bones and bacon from Whole...
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Belief

November 2, 2010
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Belief

Calling all experts, arm chair quarterbacks, captains on shore and opinionated bloggers. Lately I’ve been stuck on a “thought”…and even though I’m thoroughly enjoying Robb Wolf’s new book , and spending time helping some people make the switch to paleo/primal, this is not the first time that this “thought” has occupied my thinking. I guess...
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Lack of Posts, Sick and the Secret Spot?

October 27, 2010
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Lack of Posts, Sick and the Secret Spot?

I’m sorry for not putting up a lot of posts over the past few weeks. Work has been really nice and busy. This week I’m in “training”, and everyday is an 8-6 deal pretty much. I do try and get up a little earlier than normal so that I can get some exercise or...
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Grilled Chicken and Chia Seeds

October 22, 2010
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Grilled Chicken and Chia Seeds

Here’s a simple marinade to try; Chicken thighs (skinless and about a pound), 1/4 cup white wine,  2 tblspoons evoo,  4 large crushed garlic cloves, 1 teaspoon smoked paprika (sweet or hot), 1 tbspoon tomato paste , fresh ground pepper and sea salt to taste. I like to grill these on a nice wood charcoal fire. (marinate the...
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Primal Sliders?

October 14, 2010
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Primal Sliders?

I’m calling these primal because they have a bit of good parmesan cheese added to the recipe. So they are not strict paleo. For everyone that misses “sliders” (sliders are basically mini hamburgers)  in their diet, or still cries over not going to White Castle anymore, here’s something for you to try and I...
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Lamb Shoulder and some Thoughts

October 12, 2010
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Per my previous post, I told you I was going to share some thoughts/ideas that came to me when I was in Amsterdam (Holland). Overweight people are practically non-existent. Besides from being one of the most densely populated countries in the world, the Dutch hold the record as the tallest nation in the world at...
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Back from Abroad and Link

October 6, 2010
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Back from Abroad and Link

I was away for a week visiting the home land. I think I consumed more bread in one week then I have in the past 3 years. I did a lot of observing and thinking this past week in Holland. When it comes to paleo/primal/ef, there are probably only 2 handfuls of people in...
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Fruit Consumption,Portion Control and Running

September 21, 2010
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Fruit Consumption,Portion Control and Running

Fruit… Do we eat too much of it? How much is enough? There has been some good discussion on all the blogs about the consumption of fruit. My take is as follows; IF you are lean, IF you can handle the extra sugar, then I think fruit has some wonderful benefits to offer. I would...
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Still Learning…

September 17, 2010
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Still Learning…

Sorry for not responding to the comments on the previous posts sooner. I was not aware I had to approve the comments that came in. The other day I was in the store and saw some local “dutch little yellow” potatoes. They looked so good, I HAD to bring them home. I boiled them...
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