Apr 15th, 2014
Breakfast of champs. Organic actually tomato tasting tomato cut in half & lightly salted with 2 scrambled grain non-soy fed organic free range eggs. Fuels you up without filling you out.
Apr 3rd, 2014
The Breakfast Hierarchy.
Feb 26th, 2014
2 minute meal: flash sautée baby spinach in a pan. Put in a bowl with quinoa, chopped tomato, onion & parsley. Squeeze juice one lemon on top and drizzle with olive oil. Stir and enjoy!
Feb 4th, 2014
I am going to let you in on a little secret …. Beef isn’t actually bad for you. Especially if eaten in proportion to vegetables and organic, grass fed. In fact, beef provides imperative - ie super necessary - vitamins and minerals that we cannot absorb via vitamins.
While I was a vegetarian (7 Wall Street years of no animal meat or products), I got sick all the time and suffered various random health issues, none pleasant. Since I have incorporated organic red meat regularly into my diet I am healthier and stronger than ever.
Here is a great recipe that is easy, tasty and quick… And that allows you to use red meat as a garnish for the vitamins it has, or as an indulgence for the taste and feeling it gives.
-warm olive oil in a large saucepan or pot.
-dice an organic grass fed cut of sirloin into small bits
-put in the meat in a pan with one diced white onion, 3 diced carrots, and 3 diced stalks of celery
-add spices to your liking, here a pinch of salt, 6 turns fresh ground pepper, 2 dried hot red peppers.
-cover with a lid and let cook
-stir occasionally to shred the meat more finely or leave as is - decide based on what you have to do while it is cooking
-when beef is cooked to your taste, serve as is with a side of spinach, cooked veggies or salad … Or over pasta, quinoa or rice and ENJOY!
Sep 17th, 2013
Dinner! Sautéed broccoli with white rice (use any grain you want) & sprinkled w/ diced tomatoes & corn. Would be even better with a dollop of sour cream, hot sauce or Parmesan (must buy), but delish & healthy either way!