Friday, November 21, 2008

Happy Friday

Wow, it’s been a week since my last post. I can’t remember the last time I took that long of a hiatus. I have been very very busy. In this economy that is a good thing, so I’m not complaining.

I started Yoga last week. I’m enjoying it immensely. Would love to know your experiences with it. I do wonder what all the vegetarians and vegans in the class would think about the way I eat ;-)
Maybe next class I’ll bring them some carpaccio…..
Talking about carpaccio……
I’ll be making some this weekend and will post pictures.
It’s easier to make then you might think. With some fresh arugula from the farmers market and evoo it is a treat fit for kings and queens.

Please take a minute and have a look at Son of Grok’s new blog.
He is a frequent commenter on MDA and always has great insight an good stuff to share.
He has a simple recipe for home made sweet potato chips. I think you’ll like it.

Back to food;
Grass fed ground beef and ground turkey, onion and some chimichurra sauce.
Quick and easy and very tasty.

















I'm getting very frustrated with blogger.
What software/programs do you recommend if I were to make the switch.

Enjoy the Day

4 comments:

Son of Grok said...

Thank you for the shout out Mark! I have been anxiously awaiting the next update on your site but we all get busy right? I am looking forward to the carpaccio. If it seems safe and simple enough, I will give it a try for sure!

The SoG

MizFit said...

not wordpress---FOR SURE.

(or now that I say that it could really be that *I* am quite computer not savvy)

have a great weekend.

Son of Grok said...

I am new to the blog world but so far I am pretty happy with Wordpress. My issues have been host related and not Wordpress related. It make it pretty easy to manage all of your pages and post new ones and links and yadie yadie yah. You can especially customize if you know a little HTML and even better if you know php.

The SoG

Marc said...

Thanks for the feed back guys.
Winter vacation project coming up for me. ;-)

Marc