What single ability do we all have? The ability to change.
–George Leonard Andrews

There’s not much to this contraption –the pressure cooker — and you can pick them up on the cheap just about anywhere.  I happen to have picked this one up at Wal-Mart.  But as a tool for cooking tougher (which usually translates to cheaper) cuts of meat, quickly, you’ll find no equal.  Now, I’m originally from the great state of Texas, and I love a mouth-watering, long-cooked brisket as good as anybody.  But in about an hour — or, in most cases, less; the ribs below took 40 minutes — I can have a good-tasting brisket with enough leftovers for breakfast and lunch the following day.  That’s a compromise I can easily live with.  The out-of-this-world stuff will always be there waiting for me.  And now, having “sacrificed” in the interim, when I do come across those special treats, they’re just all the more special.

GEDC0212 Beef spare ribs in a North Carolina style (vinegar and crushed red pepper) BBQ sauce.

In Health,


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Keith Norris is a former standout athlete, a military vet, and an elite strength and conditioning expert with over 35 years of in-the-trenches experience. As a serial entrepreneur in the health and wellness space, he is an owner, co-founder and Chief Development Officer of the largest Paleo conference in the world, Paleo f(x) . As well, Keith is a partner in one of the most innovative lines of boutique training studios in the nation, Efficient Exercise. He’s also a partner in ARXFit training equipment, and a founding member of ID Life. In his spare time, he authors one of the top fitness blogs in the health and wellness sphere, Theory To Practice.


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