Once more I feel as if my next post chronicling my culinary adventures should showcase a “made on the fly” recipe that I threw together to satisfy a fast craving. Last night I found myself wanting Italian food, which I rarely do. Specifically, I’ve been missing spaghetti and marinara sauce. Since I’m trying to conform to Paleo as much as possible, pasta noodles are something I’ve had to write off from my life. A friend, and co-worker, recently talked me into getting a spiralizer for veggies, which I’ve used on a couple of occasions on things such as cucumbers in order to hone my skills with the machine (which really is not that hard to use). Armed with this new skill and machine, I felt ready to tackle a pasta substitute dish. Continue Reading
Being a new, freshly redesign site, I decided that it was best to write my first post over a new, fresh recipe that I came up with the previous evening. The idea was sparked by a craving for Beef Red Curry, something that I enjoy making and eating, and the need to use some basa catfish that had been airtight in the freezer for some time. Even though I used basa catfish any type of light fish should hold up to this recipe. I’m tempted to use tilapia on my next attempt, but you could also use normal catfish or halibut. The fish is cooked in a coconut red curry sauce, which is then laid on a bed of rice and steamed spinach with the sauce draped across the top and allowed to trickle down into the bedding below the fish. Continue Reading
Recently, a number of people have been asking me how it is that I am able to watch “still in theater” movies in HD from the comfort of my own home. This conversation almost always ends in me having to download, install and set up the necessary program and add-on that makes this magic happen. Today, I will share with you the setup process so that you can turn that old laptop, Raspberry Pi or mobile device into a media streaming machine!