Four ingredients make for a celebration of easy green beans! Complete instructions here...
Hurrah for the great weather this past weekend! Even though I got a lot of work done, I wanted to be sure to enjoy the outdoors a bit too. A lot of cooking was done (new simple recipe for you this week) and if you see the recipe I posted over the weekend, you might see where some of the extra energy came from.
Having recently purchased my friend's unlocked iPhone5s, it was time to **FINALLY** do the Under Armour Armour39 assessment (because I wasn't about to run around a track during the "all out" portion while carrying an iPad). (Want to just skip to the workout? Click here instead.) I'd long sense questioned the validity of that old "220 minus age" = estimated HR max, even before the more recent info about the not-so-good science it was based on came out. Apparently according to some scientists, HRmax can be highly individual and even among elite athletes somewhat wide ranging.
This special spice rub allows me to combine to of my favorite things in the world to consume... espresso and grass fed beef. Unless you're planning on staying up late, this might be best for lunch. We all metabolize caffeine differently, so please eat this at your own risk.
This seasoning mix was originally inspired by what I consider to be the "ultimate breakfast seasoning" which is an espresso steak rub from The Spice and Tea Exchange. With a 4-6oz grassfed sirloin steak it pretty much makes for a breakfast that would make Ron Swanson proud--even without bacon!
For the first time in what feels like FOREVER, the weather was not completely disgusting over the weekend. I was able to walk a 2 blocks without automatically breaking out in a sweat... So, while we still can, it's always fun to workout outside at a favorite park that has a fit trail. We decided to bring our stuff near the parallel dip bars (these are very long) and set up "shop" Using a beta tool with google maps satalite images, I had already marked out (and triangulated using visible items like rooflines and electric poles) our 50 ft &q