Something that I have not helped folks enough with IMO is the basics. I’m pretty handy in the kitchen, have assumed everyone else is and have fallen-down in helping more people eat paleo and thus improve their performance, health and longevity. I’d give myself and “A” for information, a “C-” for application. Well, to help bring that deficient category up I started doing The Road Forager to help people navigate eating paleo/lowcarb/gluten free on the road. Given my travel schedule that will be easy to keep rolling and folks seem to like that well enough.
Ok, so what about when we are at home? How do we avoid boredom? How do we jazz things up? How do we feed and water ourselves in a time efficient manner? Well, that’s where The Road Forager: Home Cooking comes in. This is almost as good of an acronym as the AHCCZ from 42 Ways to skin the Zone! I’ll do my best to help y’all navigate the how-to’s of time efficient, tasty, nutritious meals. I may sneak in a few drink recipes too. The NorCal Margarita is awesome, but there is more to the world than tequila, lime juice and soda water. Let me know what you think, let me know where you struggle, and together we can help a lot of people live better lives.
Apparently I do not know the difference between Acorn and butternut squash! I do not know if that means I need more, or less coffee.