Greetings Fellow Humans,
I’ve taken time off from this blog because I realized I’d run out of food skills. Although I could whip up two second shakes with raw eggs and whipped cream then top it with cinnamon for a simple delight, I was not fully to a stage where I could turn out cheesecakes or keto meals that were different and yet delicious.
I’ve actually started working at a farm to fork deli in Waco, TX called The Provender Store. It happened where I flounced in, curls a banging, and looked about the little deli for some food. I wasn’t expecting to find anything I could eat, because this mouth has become a danger zone of no possibilities as it demands organic and low carb. Back then at least.
It was a bit creepy, with this teenage bloke behind the counter who had no idea how to sell the place. “I don’t know” seemed to be his catchphrase. I asked for sauerkraut and said it was hard to find any around here. He offered me a side of it, which I took, and fell in love with. Then I asked for a jar and he said to come back next week for it.
I came back the next week, and met the owner. We wound up talking for hours, drawing, brainstorming, fooding out on each other, and eventually I started to work there, took over the media and even picture taking.
He’s teaching me many skills, but balancing that and insurance means I have no free time and no brainstorming ways of bringing you recipes. I’m learning and figuring myself out, but not recipe creating just yet. When I move to Austin in September it will begin again.