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Bacon is Key to Long Life Says 105-Year-Old

That’s right!  BACON is the key to longevity says 105-year old Texan Pearl Cantrell.  Pearl just might be on to something. A University of Zurich study found that although eating processed meat raises risks for cancer and heart disease, red … Continue reading

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Be Wary of Raw Greens

If the truth be known, I am an omnivore, especially when it comes to fantastic flavors.  I love greens, and dark green salads are a favorite, especially when grilled chicken is involved! However, one should really be cautious when it … Continue reading

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Carnivores Behold: Meat Week!

Via the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History, it’s International Meat Week! “About 2.6 million years ago, early humans began using stone tools to cut, pound, crush, and access new foods—including meat from large animals. Around 790,000 years ago, we learned … Continue reading

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Chimichurri from MeatFireGood.com

Although the exact origins of this Argentinian sauce and its name are not clear, one thing is certain. It tastes fantastic, especially on seared steak. This fresh elixir of flavor owes its green color to the copious amounts of cilantro … Continue reading

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Chicken Chuanr

Chuanr (pronounced “chwar”) is a style of meat skewer that originates with the ethnic minority Uyghur (pronounced “weeger”) people of Western China, who mainly reside in the Xinjiang province.  These Turkish speaking Muslims have a rich history and unique culture … Continue reading

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