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Nick Massie of PaleoNick.com is back in the kitchen, this time to share the recipe for his Super Radical tri-tip with balsamic apple compote.
Massie begins by prepping two baking sheets for the yams and tri-tip.
“Any meal that starts with two foil-lined sheet pans is a winner in my book,” he says.
He then pats a liberal amount of Super Radical Rib Rub onto both sides of the tri-tip and tosses extra spices into the pan to mingle with… Continue Reading
California federal judge denies beverage-association motion to stop San Francisco from requiring warnings on sugary-drink ads.
Should the American Beverage Association appeal a recent federal judge’s order denying its preliminary-injunction motion against a San Francisco ordinance, it will have “an uphill battle,” said an attorney with the Public Health Law Center.
“The order was very detailed and the court laid out its reasoning, so it created a solid foundation for… Continue Reading
CrossFit funds construction of life-changing dam in Rabai, Kenya.
Since 2011, CrossFit Inc. and its affiliates have participated in starting and finishing school buildings, constructing pit latrines, nailing desks together, and celebrating success stories with community elders in various villages in Africa. Affiliates and CrossFitters around the world fund the projects by donating through Hope for Kenya.
This recent trip, CrossFit’s 12th expedition, was… Continue Reading
April 22, 2016
In this video, Nick Massie of PaleoNick.com shares his recipe for Mexican Meatballs, a delicious blend of grass-fed ground beef, vegetables and spices.
Massie’s meatballs get their kick from chipotle powder, cinnamon, garlic and the Paleo Nick spice blend Super Radical Rib Rub.
Squash calabacitas rounds out the dish, providing the carbohydrate that balances the protein in the meatballs.
While the meatballs brown in one skillet, Massie sautés the vegetables in… Continue Reading
April 10, 2016
The award-winning author sat down with Andréa Maria Cecil to talk about his career, his upcoming book and the task of correcting nutrition science.
It took six years and countless reclusive hours for investigative science journalist and best-selling author Gary Taubes to finish his latest book: “The Case Against Sugar.”
He calls it “a prosecutor’s argument.” The work opens by examining whether sugar should be perceived as a food or a drug… Continue Reading
This time on The CrossFit Kitchen, Nick Massie of PaleoNick.com figures out the only way to make pizza better: using crispy bacon as the crust. This breakfast pizza takes bacon and eggs to a whole new level, and a side of broccoli brings balance to the dish.
Massie’s first step is to toss the veggies with a drizzle of olive oil and his own Veggie Victory spice blend. The broccoli florets then go on a… Continue Reading
March 27, 2016
The “energy balance” is a myth. You can’t outwork a bad diet.
Jason Mathews almost lost his pull-up.
Though Mathews has trained at CrossFit Armoury for the past three years, a desk job in sales convenience trumped cleanliness when it came to nutrition, and his 30 unbroken pull-ups soon dwindled to less than a handful.
“Now to get one or two (pull-ups) in a row is tough,” he said.
Despite his commitment to training, a diet dotted with… Continue Reading
Failed by their schools, kids rely on parents and coaches to teach them about proper nutrition.
Toward the end of our cross-country flight from San Diego, California, to the Northeast, the first-class flight attendant appeared in coach holding a tray of fresh-baked cookies. The sweet, warm smell filled the cabin as she passed over the adults and stopped at every row with kids, carefully handing cookies to all the children… Continue Reading