Remember March and April? When I did the Whole30 and felt amazing and lean and energized?
And then remember July? When I read a book about the hog farming industry that pretty much rendered me vegetarian overnight?
And then came August, when I read The Good Gut, all about how to restore a compromised microbiota. (In case you are wondering how: beans + kale.)
Then September brought us two hospitalizations and a staggering stack of medical bills and a lot of mac and cheese and what do you know? It’s October. And my food baggage is heavy.
But! I’ve been feeding my family, teaching at Local D’Lish weekly and in my home occasionally. I am focusing on technique rather than creativity at the moment and, to that end, am currently enrolled (from the comfort of my own kitchen) in The Kitchn’s baking school. I also made and have been updating a Facebook page (like me, yo! – Cake and Edith Cooking Classes). But I have not been documenting much here. I hope I haven’t lost you entirely. Because I’m ready to get back in business. The kind of business that is a total labor of love with no pecuniary gain whatsoever.