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Fave People: YOU, Part 2
It’s been almost three weeks since Well Fed was officially released, and I’m
delighted thrilled touched overwhelmed by how awesome all of you have been. Thank you for buying the book and cooking from it — then being so awesomely cool enough to take the time to write and let me know you’re enjoying it. That is the very best experience a writer can have, and I’m so grateful. I wish we could have a dinner party together — all of us — and celebrate in person.
Again, I need to encourage you to visit the blogs that kindly reviewed Well Fed over the past week or so. These are just some of the wonderful writers and motivators that I turn to when I need a boost. They’re all in my RSS feed and well worth your time. If you like my blog and Well Fed, please visit them and support what they’re doing because I wouldn’t be here without them. Here are their reviews and some thoughts on why they’re on my go-to list. (To see my previous recap list, go right on over here.)
Holly Would If She Could: What’s For Dinner?
If you’re not reading Holly yet, you need to get on that! She posts her cooking plans every week, which is tremendously helpful if you’re stalled in the planning department — and she’s got inspiring things to say about setting goals and she reads a ton. Go visit!
Stumptuous: Well Fed: Interview with Melissa Joulwan
The good advice Krista lays down at Stumptuous.com is a must-read. And her free ebook F*ck Calories makes me greener-than-zucchini with envy over her writing style and smart content. Brilliant!
Frisky Lemon: Well Fed: Much More Than a Paleo Cookbook
Alison at Frisky Lemon is a Holistic Health and Nutrition Counselor. She’s a former vegetarian who found CrossFit and paleo and never looked back. Rumor has it that she lifts heavy things in her basement. I love her blog because she has excellent habits, and she’s human. What a lovely combo!
Cave Girl Eats: Oh Hai Well Fed
Cave Girl Eats offers up recipes, paleo how-to, and observations on life with a sense of humor and real-ness. Plus, she took some damn fine photos of her Well Fed meals.
itsPALEO: The Girl That Makes the Cookbook Well Fed
itsPaleo is a new paleo and fitness community with content from some of your favorite paleo people (like Robb Wolf, Sarah Fragoso, and me), as well as recipes and a community forum where you can ask questions and swap paleo insider info.
Easy Paleo: Well Fed, Indeed
Jennie is fairly new to paleo, but man! she is fired up. She’s had tremendous success adopting this way of eating and has since lauched her own ebook to help others who are just getting started.
Paleo Food Blog: Love Potions, Passions, and My (Current) Favorite Cookbooks
I was delighted to find myself on this short list of favorite cookbooks. That is some good company I’m keeping — and this blogger clearly has excellent taste 😉
So there you have it, the second batch of reviews and blogs that you might want to follow. Thanks, again, for so enthusiastically embracing Well Fed. Happy cooking and eating in 2012!