I’m just about out of the woods on the big work project. I’ve been working long days partly to get ‘er done, and partly to front-load my billable hours so I can work shorter days next week. Weather permitting, I’ll be spending part of my days next week in the front pastures, playing disc golf with Jimmy Moore. It’s become an annual tradition — which for some reason we always observe during a July heatwave.
Speaking of Jimmy, The Ketogenic Cookbook: Nutritious Low-Carb, High-Fat Paleo Meals to Heal Your Body (which he wrote with Maria Emmerich) is now available. I haven’t seen it yet, but I suspect he may have a copy with him when he arrives on Saturday.
As you probably know, I don’t measure ketones or aim for ketosis, but I always enjoy thumbing through new low-carb/keto/paleo cookbooks just because some of the recipes look awesome. I still enjoy plenty of high-fat meals that would be considered ketogenic from a macronutrient standpoint.
We still have 500 pounds or thereabouts of pork in our downstairs freezer, so I’ll have to see if Jimmy has any especially good recipes for Boston Butt. If not, there’s always sausage …