Tip, Trick & a Recipe: Reach for a Lychee Fruit

lychee fruit

Today’s Focus is on LYCHEE Lychee (pronounced lie-chee or lee-chee) fruits have been cultivated by the Chinese since 1700 BC (or thereabouts). They were actually quite revered back in those days. Poems have been written about these little fruits! Let’s see why. Generally round in shape, lychees are about the size of a walnut shell […]

Tip, Trick & a Recipe: Achin’ for some bacon?

The Chinese started enjoying salted pork bellies in 1500 BC. The Romans and the Greeks also enjoyed eating this preserved pork product. In 1924, the first packaged and sliced bacon was patented by Oscar Mayer, and the world would never be the same. Oh, bacon. Those of us who are living a Paleo lifestyle, well, […]

Tip, Trick & a Recipe: Shrimp

I love me some shrimp! Low in calories, low in fat, and big on flavor, shrimp is fabulous on the barby, great in salads, and makes a magnificent chowder. These babies are also highly nutritious and easy to prepare. High in protein, omega three fatty acids, and selenium, shrimp can be a great addition to […]