It’s the Friday before Halloween, and our house is getting more ghoulish by the second. Before my kids suck us into the vortex of costumes and fake cobwebs, whaddaya say we get to this week’s links?
This blew my mind: Who knew that my favorite small-batch ghee maker, Sandeep Agarwal, is also a bona fide butter historian who’s amassed a traveling treasure trove of butter-related artifacts?
Welcome to Butter World.
Now can someone make Bacon World, please?
While we’re on the topic of Sandeep’s ghee, have I mentioned my favorite new way to start a night shift? I use my stick blender to blitz a cup of Philz’ Silken Splendor with a dollop of Pure Indian Foods’ Primal Fat. This is my version of Stupid Easy Paleo’s version of Bulletproof Coffee, only I call it Greased Lightning.
(To be honest, I haven’t done a lick of investigation into the highfalutin’ health claims surrounding Bulletproof Coffee. I just like the taste of coconut and ghee in my coffee.)
The Numbers Don’t Lie
Tell your friends! It’s a mathematical fact: Bacon makes everything taste better.
Dead Leaves and The Dirty Ground
I have the blackest thumb in the whole world, so I’ll happily shell out for my fruits and veggies. But if you don’t mind bundling up and mucking around in the soil, check out this fantastic article on winter gardening by Chasing Delicious.
Still My Favorite Cooking Show Of All Time
Ladies and gentlemen, Weber Cooks.
It’s not Paleo, but it’s perfect nonetheless.
(When I need a good cry, I watch the version with the sad instrumental score. Watch it and weep.)
Ready for another Forky Friday? There’s lots happening on the Interwebs this week, including some knock-down, drag-out fighting in the world of real food…and some tasty recipes! I get slightly rant-y today, so if you’re just looking for something to eat, skip to the bottom, y’all.
Now if I could only wrest control of my computer away from my Minecraft-obsessed kiddos…
Can’t We All Just Get Along (and Eat Some Bacon)?
When a bunch of us Paleo-blogging folks shared a house together at the inaugural PaleoFX, I learned a ton from Diane, Diana, Liz, and Laura about The Weston A. Price Foundation. They explained the overlap between Paleo and WAPF principles: both approaches stress the importance of nutrient density and food quality. I liked what I saw, and after joining WAPF, I attended last year’s Wise Traditions conference because I was excited to hear from the impressive roster of speakers and sample the traditionally prepared food.
What are you doing this long weekend? Traveling to the Happiest Place on Earth? Looking to improve your pull-ups? Or just hungry for more recipes? I’ve got some fun and tasty links for you to check out in this week’s edition of Forky Friday!