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“Adam possesses a tremendous talent for cooking that is complemented by his positive personal style. He is thoughtful, patient, a good listener and ultimately concerned about how his preparation affects everyone. Adam puts a lot of love into the details of food preparation and is quite sensitive about offering a broad range of flavors that complement rather than overwhelm.”


Butternut Squash and Ginger Soup with Peas

Monday, 07 February 2011 04:55

Oh, its been a tough winter and the soup cauldron has been bubbling away. Here is one of my favorites.

The combination of flavors warms my soul, brightens my day and supports my off-season diet. Ginger is great for digestion, circulation, as well as anti-inflammation.

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Pan roasted chicken recipe

Wednesday, 22 December 2010 00:00

Pan-Roasted Chicken and Garlic with Squash and Kale

A one-pan dinner! Serves 1-4

Fall is one of my favorite times of the year and this recipe is all about it. Here’s a chicken dinner that is easy to make, easy to clean, and takes less than 40mins to prepare.

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Sesame Miso Soba Noodles with Dulse Kale and KimChi

Tuesday, 21 December 2010 05:45


As much as I have some extra time during the off-season the kitchen is not always where I want to spend it.

Preparing quick meals that support my training cycle, taste great and use minimal equipment never have an off-season in my world.

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Spicy Maple Walnuts with Papaya and Ginger

In his third installment of Building a Power Pantry, Adam Kelinson introduced a few key nuts and seeds every athlete should keep within reach.

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Sesame Dressing

Classic salad dressings are made with a ratio of 3:1, oil to vinegar, but I like mine with a bit more acid.

Start with this and then alter it to your own palate. I also always make enough to have leftovers for later use.

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