Thursday, March 19, 2009

Real Food

"Alice Waters, one of the major movers and shakers in the Real Food Revolution, actually got 15 minutes of prime time mainstream media coverage last night. On 60 Minutes."
Thanks to Foodrenegade's blog I was made aware of it and I was able to see the 60 minute piece .
Go take a look, I think you will enjoy it.

Real Food, it's seems so simple, yet many people still believe that it is just to much of a hassle, and that it takes to much time to prepare food.

Here's one of absolute favorite breakfast meals;








In some butter, saute onion, fry up 2 eggs, add some left over meat (diced) and when almost done a few sliced cherry tomatoes. Some fresh ground pepper and voila!
Now how hard is that I ask you?
Make it a great day.

6 comments:

Son of Grok said...

Posted a picture of my favorite breakfast today as well ;-) they are kind of similar! Yours looks tasty.

The SoG

Chris - fitnessfail.com said...

Looks great. I really like seeing this stuff starting to get more mainstream acceptance.

Marc said...

SOG,
Going to take a look.
I love breakfast
Today breakfast will be at around 4pm ;-)

Chris,
When I eat this kind of breakie at my desk.....I don't exactly feel mainstream. I think I ccould sell tickets to my "morning breakfast show"
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, much appreciated!
Going to take a look at your blog today.

Marc

Jeff said...

I stumbled on something similar for breakfast after going Paleo. Leftover meat with onions and eggs. Totally good. I even like it with leftover salmon(when there is leftovers...). Lox and eggs and onions is a jewish tradition handed down to me from my mom. My wife won't eat that one, so more for me.

Marc said...

Jeff,

Lox eggs and onions is fantastic.
I used to eat it when I lived in NYC and now I make it myself.
It's a frequent one for me Sunday mornings.

Marc

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Eggs and onion it's so good, agree with you. But some butter made this dish a little bit too fat. DOn't think that's so good for health