07-14-2012, 10:01 PM
Cougar growls to your DH.
Originally Posted by zoebird
I think I could rock a Xena outfit for Halloween.
Hawk is also quite active as was I as a kid. I learned how to swim about the same time I learned how to walk and my parents would have to drag me out of the ocean, just one more wave, please?
07-14-2012, 10:04 PM
You're welcome. I hope it can help. I love your user name, BTW. If you do indeed keep showing up every day, you will succeed.
Originally Posted by showupeveryday
Thank you. I think I look better at 50 than I did at 40. I think I'll just keep getting younger from here.
Originally Posted by Dexy
07-14-2012, 10:10 PM
Oh, ho hum. Just another average evening here at the Birdnest Seaside Salon. Tonight's special is the wild caught red snapper sauteed in lemon infused avocado oil plus a bit of s&p on a bed of greens with all the yummy touches like avocado and tomato and shredded carrots. The cooking oil from the fish with a little balsamic added became the dressing.
07-15-2012, 06:07 AM
Originally Posted by paleobird
I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.
07-15-2012, 11:25 AM
Sorry, Sigi. It's all gone. The dog got the leftovers. You gotta get here faster next time.
Originally Posted by Sigi
Some people get the idea that Primal is all about the big hunks of bloody red meat all the time. I feel like I am descended from coastal Groks that thrived on seafood and shellfish too. Sure, meat is good but it's not the only protein around.
Last edited by Paleobird; 07-15-2012 at 11:28 AM.
07-15-2012, 11:42 AM
Your dog eats better than most people.
Fish, it's whats for dinner.
Defrosting salmon now, thought of making a nouveau maki over "riced" cauliflower.
I too feel like my garlic & seafood loving ways, are related to my Mediterranean progenitors.
How's the bird today?
07-15-2012, 01:31 PM
Sounds delicious. You can make maki for me anytime (that sounds naughty, doesn't it?).
Originally Posted by Betorq
I think coastal dwellers would have been very common in Paleolithic times. I mean it's an easy place to get good protein that doesn't try to run away or hurt you like shellfish. When I was a kid there were abalone all over the rocks at San Diego beaches. I've been spear fishing for lobster down in Baja often and that is like picking fruit off a tree, they are everywhere. Also the big cuttlefish come right up into the shallow water at certain phases of the moon. You can just pick them up with your hands. Same with the grunion run. Fried grunion are yummy.
Ah, sweet memories of a misspent youth getting wild and stupid south of the border.
Garlic is just plain yummy no matter where your ancestors come from.
The bird is well today, thank you. How are you?
07-15-2012, 03:12 PM
we had our almond-dusted gurnard (fish) with steamed broccoli and then dessert of mixed-berries and coconut cream.
And I'm looking up a clam chowder recipe so that I can have some yummy, yummy clams. As opposed to yucky, rubbery, why am i trying to eat this? clams. LOL
Work day today. Saturday was awesome; totally psyched about this weekend coming up (more work, but fun, good work!).
07-15-2012, 09:05 PM
I don't think I've ever had gurnard. Is that a down under speciality?
Originally Posted by zoebird
My preference is for the red over the white clam chowders.
It's wonderful that work and fun go together for you. Many people are not so fortunate to do something they love.
07-15-2012, 09:14 PM
You know that Primal eating diagram showing a drawing of a plate, one half says "plants" and the other "animals" with a blue circle off to the side that says "water" and the caption is, "It's not that hard".
Well this is the rather tasty version of that plate. On the left is the everything-left-in-the-fridge vegetable medley including onions, shrooms, peppers, tomatoes, spinach, all sauteed in some garlic infused avocado oil. On the left are wild boar meat balls. And the water is Pelegrino with lime.
There weren't any leftovers for the dog tonight. He just got to clean out the pans and dishes for me. Good Wolf Cub.