Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Busy Day But I Got Moving + What's In My Bowl

Today was a fast paced day at the office and I HAD to get my workout on afterward. The weather is insanely beautiful in my city these days and I took advantage of it and got to power walking. 


Check out my bowl of healthy grains!!!!!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Food 52 Hooked me UP!!!!

My instagram followers list is FULL of amazing people who make equally amazing healthy foods and I often find myself staring at the dishes. Oh God how I wish there was such a thing as Smell-O-Vision.

Sunday, October 19, 2014


My mom always shares with my sister and I that we should support cancer research any way that we can but it often falls on deaf ears. It's not that we don't listen but life is fast and there are loads of other responsibilities that we are dedicated too. Yeah I know, we need to listen to mom more.

Hooked On The Oats

No, I don't want it. Not at all.

Yep!! That's what I said for years and a day but thankfully my amazing wife changed my mind. See the way I remember it is my great aunt making it the regular way and not really like it. I won't tarnish her memory saying it wasn't good, I will just say, she meant well.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

What About Roasted Asparagus?

Man on Man, I have been on the go lately but my eating regimen is still in a good place. My desire for more vegetable is still on 100 and I have a good one to share with my friends.  I mean, who doesn't like a good vegetable roasted in a clean oven *Please clean your oven folks*.

Check out this quick and easy recipe for roasted asparagus:

1 bunch of fresh asparagus
Loads of olive oil
Salt & Pepper 
Red Pepper Flakes
Fresh Rosemary

1. Preheat oven to 445.
2. Trim and cut off bottom tips of asparagus to your hearts desire.
3. Add Salt, Pepper, Rosemary and Red Pepper Flakes along with loads of Olive oil and toss. 
4. Place on baking pan/baking sheet and bake 15-25 minutes.
5. Remove from oven and add more seasonings. 


Wednesday, January 29, 2014

I Got Home and Made Turkey Chili with Rosemary Brown Rice and Quinoa

Yeah Yeah!! I know that the title is long and somewhat of a run on sentence BUT it is worthy of the run on. It has been under 20 degrees in my city and judging from the chill in the air, it is a perfect time to pull out the pots, pans and bowls.

Check out this amazingly quick and easily recipe for Turkey Chili which is sure to cause you to go back for seconds and thirds.

Half of a yellow onion chopped and diced
Half of a bell pepper chopped and diced
1 whole jalapeño pepper chopped and diced
1 lb of ground turkey
15 oz. can of black beans
15 oz. can of chili beans
15 oz. can of kidney beans
15 oz. can of salsa verde
Handful of cumin seeds
Olive Oil

1. Saute Onion, Bell Peppers, Jalapeño and cumin seeds in 2 -3 tablespoons of olive oil.
2. Add ground turkey and cook thoroughly.
3. Add rinsed can of black and kidney beans along with chili beans.
4. Add can of salsa verde and bring to boil.
5. Cook on medium to semi high heat until your desired thickness.
6. Salt and Pepper to taste.

1. Be sure and select 10 minute brown rice along with rainbow quinoa and bring to boil.
2. Lower heat and simmer until ready.