Posts Tagged: 180 Recipes

Stuffed Bell Peppers

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stuffed peppers

I have done a stuffed pepper video before, but I was camping and making them over the open fire.  I was missing some key ingredients like eggs and bread crumbs, which give the stuffing on the inside a much softer and more enjoyable texture – like biting into a tender meat-a-balla! I made some fantastic stuffed bell peppers on this fine Saturday night and thought it worthy of a video. It’s certainly a nice kitchen project when you are in the mood to play with food. Makes 6 stuffed bell peppers… Ingredients: 24 ounces ground beef – the fattier the better 3 eggs About 1 cup of plain bread crumbs 10 sprigs of chopped fresh oregano 1 finely-sliced serrano pepper 2 stalks of celery, diced very small (brunoise) 1/2 onion, diced… Read more »

Simple Fish Stew

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You guys know I like food on the gourmet side of things.  In fact, I did several videos making homemade meatballs from scratch and using it for Italian wedding soup, lasagna, and all kinds of stuff that I totally botched and unfortunately will not be able to post :( But I’m no stranger to the absurdly simple, quick, painless, and foolproof – and that’s also typically what most people in today’s day and age need to make simple, healthy, home-cooked food a practical possibility.  And well, that’s what today’s dish – a simple fish stew made with frozen fish fillets and some store-bought salsa, is all about. Enhance this dish with all kinds of added goodies – like fresh corn, spinach, mussels, shrimp, clams, okra, saffron, herbs like cilantro or oregano, or… Read more »

180 Kitchen 2nd Edition

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Okay, I’ve slacked a little bit, relatively speaking, but the updated version of 180 Kitchen: 180 Tips, Recipes, and More is complete. Nearly half a year has passed while I have been left mortified at some of the low-carb one-liners lingering in 180 Kitchen.  Well, no more “golfball-sized” portions of starch, dumb recipes for things like a “cream shake” to drink with meals as a fat supplement, and so on. That’s not to say that I went all low-fat on you guys.  Actually, most of the recipes and fundamentals remain with little to no alteration.  At the end of the day, what I feel is by far the most important factor in maintaining good health long-term is being able to make satisfying whole foods-based dishes in your own home – without the… Read more »