At the end of Part Four of this series, I commented about finding a solution to the myriad of eating disorders that are plaguing our society. I also suggested that moderation is a farce…and I maintain that it is. In a previous article from a few years back I looked at how most people today … More Modern Eating Disorders Part Five: Finding Your Salvation
Yesterday was Christmas. We spent a lovely day without going anywhere. Well, it would’ve been a much more lovely day if the neighbor’s mom didn’t crash into our rental car. We’ll get it all sorted out in the morning, so I’ll have to let you know how it turns out then. Anyway, this is the … More Christmas Dinner in St. Martin (and a Recipe for Seared Duck Breast)
Let me start by saying that there is no French paradox. Red wine will not unclog your arteries. Plenty of real fats — including the animal fats — minus an abundance of refined sugars will. The French start the day with coffee (no cream or milk usually), yogurt, cheese, pâté, butter and baguette for breakfast. … More How do the French stay so skinny?