I'm happy to report that I completed Escape to Miami Olympic triathlon! Weather was not too promising on the days before the race, especially the day before when we had to do bike drop off at the race site. Most of us had to leave their bikes covered and hope for the best. The day… Continue reading I Did It, I Escaped To Miami!
I'm very excited and a little nervous about this Sunday's race. I will be participating in the Olympic distance Escape to Miami Triathlon. Here's what I'll be doing... Swim Course (1.5 KM/0.9 Miles) Starts on Escape Island (from where your ferry will drop you off) and heads back to Miami in the open waters of… Continue reading Will I Finish?
A few weeks ago I saw this combination on a fellow blogger's page and my eyes lit up! The two are my all time favorite side dishes. You can do so many different variations. And to top it off, I added bacon. Now this was a winner plate in my house! Method As easy as… Continue reading Sweet Potato and Plantain Mash
A few months ago my Paleo eating lifestyle changed a bit due to a change in training. Food is our fuel and should always be tweaked to help you perform your best. As I increase endurance training for my upcoming triathlon races, I've had to make a few adjustments to my eating. One major change… Continue reading Baked Oatmeal
Figs are one of the few fruits that I did not grow up eating. I remember as a kid not liking anything that was fig flavored. Even now as an adult, it's not one of the fruits I buy. In fact I don't have any recollection of ever eating one. On Monday a box of… Continue reading Fig Jam
I received these cute little things in my organic share. Yes, I know.... I always reference back to that but it's because of this share that I get to try food that I otherwise would have never bought. It's great and I love it!!! These mushrooms came in this package... At first I was a… Continue reading Bunapi Mushrooms
Pictured below are the Japanese sweet potatoes that were included in my organic share some time ago... I simply just cooked them and mashed them with a bit of grass-fed butter, pepper, oregano and about 1/4 cup of orange juice. It's a great side dish to any meal.