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  • Fish Pie

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    Primal aviaryFish Pie is a classic English dish, probably one of those originally invented to use up fish that was less than fresh. Slathered in mashed potatoes, cheese, and a creamy white sauce, the idea was to cover up the fish, not make it the main focus.

    This recipe for Primal fish pie takes a completely different approach. The dish is still covered in a buttery mashed potato crust, but underneath is a light and flavorful filling. Fresh salmon and cod are layered with leeks, zucchini and fresh herbs, and flavored with lemon and Dijon.

    The potatoes are flavored with nothing more than creamy, salty, delicious butter. Just keep adding it until the potatoes taste like, well, butter. If you can, use salted grass-fed butter, which has incredible flavor plus a healthier fatty acid composition and higher vitamin content than regular butter.

    Servings: 4 to 6

    Time in the Kitchen: 1.5 hour

    Ingredients

    Primal

    • 1.5 pounds (about 4) russet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch/25 mm chunks (680 g)
    • 6 tablespoons salted butter, divided (plus more to taste) (90 g)
    • 1 small leek, white and pale green parts only, thinly sliced into rounds
    • 1 medium zucchini, grated (about 1 cup grated)
    • 1 stalk celery, thinly sliced
    • 1.5 pounds fish, skin-off, bones removed cut into 1-inch/25 mm pieces (try half salmon, half cod) (680 g)
    • Zest of one small lemon
    • ¼ cup chopped parsley (60 ml)
    • 2 tablespoons lemon juice (30 ml)
    • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil (30 ml)
    • 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard (15 ml)

    Instructions

    step 2

    Preheat oven to 400 Fº/205 Cº.

    Cover potatoes with salted water in a pot and boil until soft, 12 to 15 minutes. Drain. Mash the drained potatoes with 4 tablespoons butter, or more if you like. Season with salt if needed. Set aside.

    In a large saucepan, melt remaining 2 tablespoons/30 g butter over medium heat. Add the leek and celery. Cook until soft, 5 minutes. Add zucchini and cook until the zucchini is soft, 5 minutes.

    In a 2 or 3 quart baking dish (or deep pie plate) layer vegetables and fish, and sprinkle lemon zest and parsley on top. Season lightly with salt and pepper.

    In a small bowl, whisk together lemon juice, olive oil and Dijon mustard. Pour on top of the fish.

    Smooth the mashed potatoes on top of the fish. Dot with small pieces of butter.

    Bake for 40 minutes, or until lightly golden and crispy around the edges.
    Fish pie can be served warm or at room temperature.

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  • Neil Patel’s Advanced Content Marketing Summit

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    The best part of attending a conference is getting all the latest juicy knowledge in one place, all at the same time, and before the rest of the world knows about it. When a conference is good, you frantically write down notes, future to-dos, new strategies and you can’t wait to get back to eagerly implement all your newfound knowledge. But then there are the down sides: Booking flights and hotel rooms Remembering to do all your expensing Forgetting something at home Completely fudging up your schedule Putting your dog in the kennel And the sheer exhaustion by the end…

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  • Becoming a student of (Not) booty

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    Buzzers… First…
    The new pics from > Wednesday night are up.
    Onwards…

    Returning to the student life…

    I’ve mentioned this before. But becoming a long term member, is pretty much like becoming a university student. But on a very interactive level (And zero ‘theory’ learning).

    And the real S-curve magic… Is all about that long term guidance. That’s how you win. And it’s why

    S-curve members win. In all aspects.

    Seriously… If you’ve been failing year after year until now. It’s probably due to receiving crappy ‘long term’ guidance.

    Just look at how ‘most’ kids turn out @ solid parenting vs non-solid parenting.

    That’s why the entire process is now an ‘experience’.

    A student you are… Yes…

    But university life? No…

    As fun as those days were. We’re past that (Unless you’re still there of course). What we do here… Is all about living life to the max, within the life that you currently live.

    Long gone are those ‘fitness’ program ‘vibes’.

    The goal… Is to get your life looking like one of the > S-curve member stories. Or your own shenanigans album @ the first link above.

    That shenanigans album is a year old now.

    It’s not as ‘travel-curvish heavy’ as 2015 was. But… It is a lot ‘closer looking’ to what your life will look

    like, throughout most of your working year.

    So… An S-curve student you are to become, when you start. Now let’s have some blueprint tips.

    #1 A killer calf exercise variation (Not what you would expect)

    – Stand straight facing a wall
    – Pick up a set of 15-25kg dumbbells and hold one in each hand.
    – Start doing 3 step calf raises
    – Feet pointed straight, inwards and outwards variations
    – Stand on a step ,if there’s one present
    – Pause at the top of each rep for 2 seconds

    Why this works?

    – Increased range of motion
    – It feels more comfortable. Which makes it easier to push out more reps

    Give it a try.

    #2 This isn’t really a blueprint tip. But… One of the things that we do when putting you through the habit building shenanigans… Is to make the outcome of that… Fall into your personal life, so that you start succeeding @ all areas.

    Like…

    Sticking to your regime, consistently. May help you when studying an in depth subject @ university or ‘on  the job’ training.

    Not being an active student and doing that… Is partly the reason @ why you may have failed until now.

    And it’s not easy to follow through with that, as a busy adult. So you just let the S-curve formula do it’s

    magic for you, in regards to that.
    You KNOW adding below is MUCH better… And > More buzz for daily updates.
    Shaun
    Stayfitbuzz.com
    FB messenger app: Facebook.com/ShaunTLSinclair
    Skype: chamileon857
    Instagram DM’s: @fitbuzz @shauntls

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  • Now Optimize users can innovate in 37 new languages

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    It just got a whole lot easier to share Google Optimize with your teams around the world.

    Optimize is now available in 37 new languages. Got a team in Thailand? No trouble. Cross-functional partner in Croatia? You’re covered. You’ll find the full list of supported languages here.

    We’re always glad to bring our products to more of the world. But in this case, we’re extra excited about the way this will help teams collaborate and innovate not just across the office but across the globe.

    In this data-rich world, everyone in your company needs to be part of building a culture of growth: a culture that embraces testing and analytics as the best way to learn what customers like most and to improve their experience day by day. Optimize opens the door for innovators at every level to explore how even tiny UI changes can improve results. 

    Often those innovators take the form of a small “X-team” — maybe an analyst, a designer, and an engineer working together and totally focused on testing and optimization. With Optimize, a group like that can create changes in minutes instead of days, and they can more easily share that growth mindset and inspire others across their organization.

    Now with 37 more languages in play, Optimize makes it possible for many more local teams to take on the role of optimizers, innovators, and culture-changers.

    If you have team members who have selected one of the 37 new languages in their Google Account preferences, they’ll see Optimize in that language whenever they next sign in. (If you’d like to select a language preference just for Optimize, you can do so in your Optimize user settings at any time.) And if you’re happy with your current Optimize language, you’re fine: No action is needed.

    To learn more about your global language options, visit our help center. Happy optimizing!

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  • Best Gifts For Your Wife

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    No matter how many hints she may have dropped, when the occasion calls for buying a gift for your wife, your mind inevitably draws a blank. And understandably so, because the whole ordeal can be overwhelming — far from the straightforward process you're used to when grabbing a gift for your buddy. For starters, there are so many options to choose from. Head to the women's section of any depart…

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