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Avgolemono; Soup of the Gods.


Lucky’s is a fantastic local supermarket here in Boulder. Since we’ve been here in Boulder, Lucky’s has sold this dashingly good soup pre-prepared. Until very recently, the soup has disappeared without a trace. My family was devastated. Fernando had told me the Grecian Chef in charge of their Greek Foods simply left and hasn’t even called, […]

Bigger is NOT Better, BETTER is Better.

26 Dec 2012 / 1 Comment / in Beginnings, Consciousness, Gourmet

At our core, we developed our business in line with a sustainable, quality lifestyle. It seems that this is something that the everyday modern consumer is not in line with. Wal-mart, Costco, and Amazon are prime examples of bigger is better. Better is Better, period. Allow me to demonstrate: Buying the better computer because it […]

Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Soup

26 Oct 2012 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Soup. (Serves 4) 4-5 Cups of cut Pumpkin (~1″ cubes). 2 Carrots quartered. 1 Shallot. 1 Clove of Garlic 1 Small Leek (white part only). 2.5 Quarts of Chicken Broth (low sodium). 1.5 Cup of Milk. 2-3 Tbs Maple Syrup (real). 2 Tbs Butter. 2 Bay Leaves. 1/2 tsp Curry powder. 1/4 tsp […]

Foie Gras is, Banned?

19 Jun 2012 / 0 Comments / in Gourmet, News

When’s the last time you’ve been to French Laundry Yountville for a Moulard Duck “Foie Gras Parfait” with Blueberries, Tokyo Turnips, Minutina, Graham Cracker and Vanilla Glaze? How about Gary Danko in San Francisco for Quail Stuffed with Foie Gras, Mushrooms and Quinoa, Nettle Panisse, Spring Onions, Peas and Artichokes? If it’s been a while, make it happen within […]

Olive’s humble oil goes Imperial.

19 Jun 2012 / 0 Comments / in Gourmet, News

Ever wanted to by a car, but decided that Olive Oil was just that much more important? The team at Speiron feels we should all reconsider where to put your cool $15,000.00. ambda is a Greecian Olive Oil categorized in the new “Ultra-Premium” segment. It’s Olives are sourced directly from particular olive trees and hand […]

Are we crazy?

15 May 2012 / 0 Comments / in Consciousness

With a defunct lack of consciousness and a general procrastinatory epidemic festering amongst the rule makers; has foresight taken an ignominious back seat to apathy? Since moving to Boulder, my wife and I have had the privilege to meet with some fantastically influential and experienced entrepreneurs in parallel industries. Some of which are currently practicing […]

P&G and New Chapter.


I’m sure most of you are aware of the acquisition of New Chapter by Mega-National Procter and Gamble. New Chapter has been widely know for almost 30 years as one of the leaders in Nutritional Supplements. They have earned numeruos awards and have built a reputation of quality and trust that has been built from […]

Being bio-film in a plastic world.

10 May 2012 / 0 Comments / in Natural Resource, News

There’s a dire need in the manufacturing industry to supplant bio-film for conventional plastics, but can we really acheive it? I feel we can! With our Granula, we currently use two types of bio-films. Wholesale 3 lbs bags are from FSC certified wood cellulose. Retail 9oz bags are a NatureBlend of PLA and the same […]

The 8 Substantial Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting Your Own Business.

26 Apr 2012 / 0 Comments / in Beginnings, Natural Resource

When was the last time you’ve realistically considered quitting your complaisant career and starting your own business? It’s a popular question many of us perpetuating the modern day workflow have asked ourselves time and time again. And what do YOU end up doing? Well after a highly detailed analysis including… Health coverage for my family? Feed my […]

Conscious Water in the restaurant.

25 Apr 2012 / 3 Comments / in Natural Resource

When you order your glass of Perrier-Jouet, your Johnny Blue on the rocks, or your fresh squeezed Florida orange juice, don’t you make that extra effort to finish every last drop? I think you get my point already. Follow the bullets… – Clean Drinking Water is becoming increasingly sacred/scarce in our ever-evolving, commerce driven world! […]