Thursday, September 9, 2010

Food, Love and Last Post

Let's address this in reverse order. Yes this is the last post...........it's the last post on blogger ;-)
Next new post will be on http://www.feelgoodeating.com/. I just have to set up the feeds and we should be good to go. My E-book is almost done and the new site is practically finished. There will be some tweaking over the next month, but my aim is to keep it simple, easy on the eyes and quick access to information.
I hope to see all of you there and please feel free to share your input. I always look forward to all of your comments and emails.

"A fool in love makes no sense to me. I only think you are a fool If you do not love."

I read this quote the other day and it really made me smile. It had no known author.
LOVE....from music to literature to art, philosophy, religion, cooking, raising children etc etc etc........love is possibly (I'm convinced love is all there is, but that's just my opinion) THE key component to finding your slice of happiness. So as I read the above quote, I got caught in a 10 minute thought process about all the areas of life it applies to. So what about you?? Are you in love? Do you love your work? Do you love your parents? Do you love your dog? Do you love doing the dishes? Do you love where you live? Do you love your exercise routine?? Go find that love!!! Or even better...REDISCOVER it, and see what happens.

Anywho ;-) BACK TO FOOD....

Delicious seafood meal;

Smoked salmon and roasted red pepper soup, blanched asparagus tossed with lemon olive oil
sauted shrimp with garlic chili sauce.

Tuna tartare over cucumber salad.

See you on the other side......
http://www.feelgoodeating.com/

31 comments:

Kevin said...

The new site looks great!

Quick question ... are these three separate meals or all one meal?

Ok and another ... got a quick rundown on how to make that shrimp dish? Look awesome!

Marc said...

Kevin,
Thank you very much!

That was one meal for two people.

The shrimp is super easy. Peel, devein and cut the shrimp in two 2 pieces. In a skillet heat up some coconut oil. Get it nice and hot. Now add the shrimp and saute it. add some sea salt..add a bit of lime juice. Half a lime for half a pound of shrimp. After the lime juice add 1 tblspoon of chili garlic sauce. Stir/mix well and serve.

Thanks Kevin, have a great weekend.
Marc

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Marc, really, really nice to see someone who understands the relation between food, health and fitness. I am a personal trainer working in Tel aviv (www.telavivfitness.com) and i always say to people, first step..eat properly it will reflect on your body. Reading at your article it seems you are very close to my eating habits, you see, i am speaking about eating habits not DIET ! I've discovered the Chrono nutrition principles when i was a pro rugby player in Europe (20 years ago!) and since then i didn't gain a kilo and look pretty much the same and all this without training as i used to. My food habit is as follows: fat in the morning, heavy at lunch, sugar in the afternoon, light at night..if you are interested google Doc Delabos..he is the nutritionist from whom i have learned everything..and again..it works..the beauty? two meals a week you eat and drink what you want, how much you want and you do not gain a kilo. All right, hope i didn't bother you too much and if by any chance you come to Tel Aviv, feel free to stay in touch.

Bryan said...

Wow,

Just looking at the dishes is makeing me hungery.

I didn't see the recipe information, can you please post it.

thanks

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Johnny at The Lean Saloon said...

Great, Marc. Looking forward to more great material on your new site.

best,
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Emily said...

These look like great recipes! Thanks for sharing these. I will definitely have to try them. I suggest you check out the new AbStand ab workout machine at http://www.abstand.net Its so easy!

Jacy said...

Love makes us human. When we are in love, we tend to take good care of ourselves by eating right because we want to look good for our loved one.

Shiela Marvel said...

Everyone seems to be leaving Blogger a lot lately. They should be alarmed by now, right? Anyhow, great post and nice new site! Regards!

Faith Ellens said...

I would love to try that tuna thing. Yum! Thanks for the post. I'll go and check your new site as well.

Adam said...

Wow, somebody who gets the idea of eating healthy to feel good. Good for you! Your meals look great. They remind me of a lot of the meals I get from the program I'm using through http://www.reallifeforhealth.com. Have you heard of them? They have 1000's of different recipes to choose from and they help you build a fitness and nutrition plan that suits your goals. They even send you printable daily meal plans and menus, as well as printable daily or weekly grocery lists, which are broken down by the area of the grocery store or supermarket. All the recipes contain 12 ingredients or less, so they are easy enough for anyone to cook. Check it out sometime. I think everyone can enjoy eating healthy.

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Schwinn 431 Elliptical said...

Those are some good tips that I'll have to remember. I just been emotionally eating recently. Ugh

Nutrition said...

I think this foods area testy as well as healthy.

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Josie said...

Thank you for all of the useful information!

Ravi said...

Try using a dash of truffle oil on the cucumber salad in the tuna tartare

Cathy said...

Food and Love keep us alive. :)

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Xean said...

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Lily said...

I love the food, it makes me hungry!!

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Online Personal Trainer said...

Wouldn't you just call tuna tartar, raw tuna? Anyways, looks delicious I will definitely try to make something like that!

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Kara said...

Yummy! Asparagus is FINALLY in season, and here in Poland you can only buy seasonal veggies so I'm totally psyched to try this recipe :)

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good recipes which are healthy .if you want to maintain health then these are good for you .try to prepare your food at home for healthy lifestyle.

Erika Kim said...

I love that quote that you had about love. I'm going to borrow it for my post today. Hope you don't mind! Thank you for the inspiration!

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Charlie Bannister said...

I know this is an old post and likely no one will see this, but I love your thoughts on love (pun intended). You have to have a passion - or least be seeking one. Otherwise you're just marking time waiting to die. Thanks for the thoughtful post. I'm off to check out the new site!

Kev James said...

This looks incredible! A little 3 course meal action, nice work.

I'm gonna try this meal over the weekend, wish me luck :)