A lot of New England Patriots fans may say they’d like to be Tom Brady. But it’s a good bet that hardly as many aspire to eat like him. Over the course of his NFL career, the 40-year-old quarterback has adopted a notoriously restricted and regimented diet, as part of his overall philosophy toward health and fitness. In Brady’s new book, The TB 12 Method, which goes on sale Tuesday, the Patriots quarterback outlines what an average day of eating and working out is like in his shoes, or cleats. Or Uggs. As he as done in the past, Brady advocates eating “real foods” and achieving balance — almost to an extreme. And while the outline indeed hawks a number of Brady’s pricey self-branded nutrition products, it also provides a first-person account of the eating habits that have fascinated and flummoxed his fans. Morning On an average day, Brady says he wakes up around 6 a.m. and “immediately” drinks 20 ounces of water with … [Read more...] about What Tom Brady eats on ‘an average day,’ according to his new book
Visiting Oakhurst? Save room for the best meal in town at Smokehouse 41, from house-smoked trip tip and pulled pork to juicy brisket with all the fixings. (Courtesy of Diana Sherwood) Smokehouse 41 feels more like a homey cottage, but this is serious California-style barbecue. Out back, you can find their outdoor barbecue pit, Eve, fueled by native California oak wood. (Courtesy of Diana Sherwood) Oakhurst’s Smokehouse 41 specializes in house-smoked, California-style barbecue cut to order and weighed in front of guests. (Courtesy of Diana Sherwood) One of Smokehouse 41’s epic one pound sandwiches, which includes choice of tri tip, chopped brisket pulled pork or pulled chicken. (Courtesy of Diana Sherwood) A sign greets visitor to the Wild Fig Kitchen in Coarsegold, near the southern gate to Yosemite National Park. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) Janelle Russell serves breakfast at the Wild Fig Kitchen in Coarsegold, Calif., Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. … [Read more...] about Yosemite eats: 3 great restaurants near the southern gate
PUBLISHED: 16:33 31 January 2019 | UPDATED: 16:35 31 January 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis What's your favourite Chinese dish? Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto Archant Celebrations for Chinese New Year (the Year of the Pig) begin on Tuesday, February 5, here are some of Ipswich’s best restaurants to try. TrongsWhere: 23 St Nicholas StreetAverage prices: Starters £5.50, main courses £7.50Booking in advance is a must for this incredibly popular restaurant, which has many, many loyal regular customers. The interior is clean, if a little outdated, but that doesn’t detract from the quality of the food put out by the family team – who very obviously take pride in what they do.Must-tries include the incredible, crispy salt and pepper squid, the capital pork slices in a sweet, sticky sauce, fresh scallops with spring onions and chilli in a light, umami sauce, and, of course, the crispy duck. A really lovely dining experience.East … [Read more...] about Where can you eat gluten-free and low MSG Chinese in Ipswich?
0 Have your say It may not be in Mayfair, but this new aparthotel makes up for its less than W1 location with design flair and a handy location near three underground stations – Aldgate, Aldgate East and Tower Hill. It may not be in Mayfair, but this new aparthotel makes up for its less than W1 location with design flair and a handy location near three underground stations – Aldgate, Aldgate East and Tower Hill. On the corner of a modern block, there are 57 serviced, one-bedroom, studio and family apartments, as well as a ground floor area with an all-day dining café and small reception, serviced by friendly staff in a uniform of burgundy v-necks. The interior was a project for architects and interior designers Waldo Works, which has given each apartment a slickly Instagrammable look, with white walls, a palette of colours that were inspired by the sky, and intriguing prints, as well as covetable BoConcept-style furniture and lighting. It … [Read more...] about Stylish sweet spot
Pierre Hermé is one of several famous patisseries in Paris that have become well known for their macarons — a delicate cream-filled cookie with a crisp outer shell. Part of what has made these macarons so popular, despite their price tag of about $2.50 each, is the unusual flavor combinations, such as Arabesque, with apricot and pistachio; Mogador, made from passion fruit and milk chocolate; and Magnifique, a combination of strawberry and wasabi.macaron movement.Café Lenôtre: David Lebovitz, an American food blogger and cookbook author living in Paris, said the French take a boutique approach to pastry. "There is not a huge selection, and things are not created to be cheap, but rather to be multilayered works of art," said Lebovitz. "French pastries are more refined than American. You may have a mousse, a ganache, a jelly and a fruit all in one pastry."macarons encircling a whipped strawberry cream that conceals a strawberry compote, and a cerise sur le bonbon made … [Read more...] about When in Paris, do as the Parisians do — eat pastries