Raw food vs Dry food Costs


I am seriously considering going with raw food option for Dexter. Here is him trying it for the first time... To say the least, it was a success http://instagram.com/p/wRJbecNqdg/?modal=true It has been 3 days and we are doing kibble (Taste of the Wild Salmon) in the morning and raw Bravo Turkey Blend in the evening as... Continue Reading →


This was a slow and relaxing start of the day. We woke up moored at Sailors Paradise to goat sounds and rooster's calls. After a nice swim we relaxed on deck. As the breakfast was being prepared and I was enjoying a peaceful read, a man onshore began to play a turkish flute and sing.... Continue Reading →

Easy and delicious Tandoori Chicken recipe


Indian food is delicious and full of flavor and spirit. However, it can be heavy, complicated and time consuming to make. This recipe is great for two reasons; It is easy and fast to make; and with summer right around the corner it allows for an opportunity to grill out-doors. The chicken came out tender and... Continue Reading →

Chicken and Kale Bibimbap … Easy and great cold weather treat


This delicious and easy recipe is a lot of fun to make and is perfect for cold weather evenings. We have modified it slightly. For the lack of Korean stone bowls we used a wok to prepare 3 portions together. We added scallions, snow peas and doubled the amount of carrots. We used chili garlic... Continue Reading →

Chicken Tabaka … the tastes of my childhood


When I was a kid, my parents took me on vacation to Sochi, a resort city on the shores of Black Sea. Every day we would go for lunch to one of the local restaurants and I would always order Chicken Tabaka. It is a Georgian dish and is a classic example of that amazing... Continue Reading →

Indian Fish Coconut Curry


Another Curry recipe that we very much enjoyed. My initial instinct on fish curry, before I had it for the first time, was that it will be very fishy and resemble in smell and taste something of a fish sauce. Now it has become one of my favorite curries for its taste, ;lightness and healthy... Continue Reading →

Thai Chicken Curry with buckwheat


Nice Thai Chicken Curry recipe Easy to make and goes very well with buckwheat (lighter option to rice) The dish was light and delicious INGREDIENTS: 1 Tbsp peanut oil or canola oil 2 garlic cloves, minced 2 tsp fresh minced ginger 1 large onion, sliced 1 Tbsp red Thai curry paste 1 cup chicken stock 1 can light coconut... Continue Reading →

Tandoori Chicken with Indian basmati rice and riata recipe


Here I go again into the Indian food bliss. I must say this one was an exceptional success. The meal was delicious and light. I am not a big fan of rice as it usually tends to be heavy, but in this case it was delicious and light. My girlfriend suggested replacing the mint in riata... Continue Reading →

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