Study title and author:
Time for a proper study of aspirin after a vascular event?
This paper can be accessed at: http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/extract/337/nov19_1/a2583
Professor Cleland observes aspirin may have no benefit for patients who have or are at risk of heart disease. He notes how some studies show that heart attacks increase when aspirin is taken.
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Recipe of the day
Fajitas with Grilled Pineapple Salsa
|Food Mall: Skirt Steak|
◦5 cloves garlic, minced
◦2 limes, juiced
◦2 T tomato paste
◦1 t coriander
◦1 t cumin
◦1 t smoked paprika
◦1 t garlic powder
◦1 t red pepper flakes
◦3 T bacon fat
For the Pineapple Salsa:
◦1/2 pineapple (cored, about 6 rings)
◦1/4 red onion onion
◦2 T red wine vinegar
◦1/4 c fresh cilantro
For the Fajitas:
Heat your fat in a skillet (cast iron works well if you have it) over medium high heat. Add the garlic, sliced onions and peppers. Let them cook for about 5 minutes, stirring ocassionally, until they start to soften. Add your steak strips. They won’t take too long to cook, another 5 minutes or so. When the beef is just about cooked through add the the rest of the ingredients.
For the Grilled Pineapple Sauce:
Grill the pineapple rings over medium heat, until they are caramelized (outdoor grille/indoor grille pan/Foreman grille) on each side, about 12 minutes. In a food processor combine all ingredients and pulse until desired consistency. No food processor? No problem. Just chop all the ingredients and make more of a chunky salsa. It’s all headed to the same place.
Scoop your steak, onions and peppers into a serving bowl and top with the salsa.