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Meet The Paleo Drummer
I’m not exaggerating when I say that Dave, Smudge, and I are giddy — Giddy! — that the official release of Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat is imminent. I find myself in the totally blessed position of having lots of my favorite writers and bloggers ready to review our new book.
As the reviews roll in, I’m going to share them with you, along with a little somethin’-somethin’ about the blogs and bloggers themselves so you can add more kickass resources to your smarty-pants arsenal.
Please support the people who are supporting me by visiting their sites and reading what they have to say — and thank you for being part of our Well Fed 2 celebration!
What It Is: The Paleo Drummer is a brash, opinionated, well-written tornado of kickass, common-sense advice about eating paleo and training your body. It’s punk rock at its finest, fueled by bacon and barbells.
Who’s Behind It: The Paleo Drummer is written by Steve, a paleo/primal musician in the “wilds of rural New Jersey.” Yes, he’s a CrossFit badass. But he also walks almost every day and gets down with the meditation. F*ck, yeah!
My Fave Quote From The Review: “And no chapter of a cookbook was ever better-titled than “Burgers, Balls and Bangers.” It’s all about how to turn out 15 different kinds (e.g., Lebanese, Chorizo, Turkey and Cranberry, Thai Green Curry…) of (your choice) burgers, meatballs or bangers. It’s not just clever. It’s freaking genius.” (Note from Mel: You know I love it when you call me a genius.)
Another Post You Might Like: I love the thinking in this post called “F#%k the dietary ‘cheat.’ Or why eating has nothing to do with ‘cheating.'” Steve serves up some great advice on re-framing the way we think about what we put into our mouths.
Help yourself to a free 35-page sampler PDF of Well Fed 2 right now! Just click that big ol’ button to make it happen. (If you’re on an older web browser, you might need to right-click.)