Tag Archives: Chicken

Kids Fit Club – Dinner Edition

Kids Fit Club, an organization dedicated to educating youth on the value of proper nutrition and exercise, hosted a dinner event tonight where 4 children (ages 6-9yo) prepared a Mediterranean feast for a group of 14 attendees.

The dinner consisted of the following dishes, listed with ingredients in parenthesis:

– Veggie Platter Appetizer (Carrots, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Red Bell Peppers, Yellow Bell Peppers & Hummus)


– Hummus (Garbanzo Beans, Tahini, Garlic, Olive Oil, Lemon Juice, Salt, Pepper & topped with Pine Nuts & Paprika)


– Salad (Arugula, Cucumber, Avocado, Pine Nuts, Olive Oil, Garlic, Lemon Juice, Salt & Pepper)


– Quinoa Tabouli (Quinoa, Cucumber, Tomatoes, Italian Parsley, Green Onions, Mint, Olive Oil, Lemon Juice, Salt & Pepper)


– Grilled Chicken (Boneless skinless butterflied chicken breast with Shwarma marinade).

– Served with fresh pita and lavash bread.

The dinner was healthy, delicious and a great time was had by all in attendance!

Looking forward to our next KFC event!

2 Comments

Filed under Food, Uncategorized

The reason I stopped PORKING OUT

From time to time, I am asked why I don’t eat pork tenderloin. After all, from a nutritional standpoint, it is comparable to a skinless chicken breast. So if it’s a relatively low-calorie lean source of protein, why do I choose to avoid it?

Continue reading

1 Comment

Filed under Food

Factory Farm: Where life’s purpose is death

Every time I watch a video documentary on factory farming, it takes me hours (sometimes days) to forget the images of cruelty I witness. The lack of empathy for animals is simply traumatic. After all, animals live, breathe, think and feel just as we humans do. Hugging my dog can mend the wound, but it does not remove the scar. It begs the question….why watch these videos in the first place? Am I just torturing myself? I suppose it would be much easier to ignore these videos altogether and pretend that factory farming does not exist. But is that a worthy solution? In a way, it reminds me of the Edmund Burke quote: “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” For that reason alone, I think it’s more important to be aware and informed, rather than comfortably burying my head in the proverbial sand. Continue reading

3 Comments

Filed under Food