I’m a literary writer so I’m used to working with university presses. However, for my woodfire cookbook which is largely written and my carnivore cookbook, I am going to self publish since nobody can live long enough these days to find a commercial agent or publisher and self publishing is working great for people with nonfiction these days.
I am going to have lots of photos since my daughter Hilary is a photographer. But not just pictures of food, pictures of the camp and “mood” photos of all of us “chef-ing.” So that’s a given.
But give me some feedback:
Would you just like to see recipes only or would you also like to see personal stories and information about the carnivore diet?
Do you like hardcover cookbooks, e-cookbooks, paperback??
If you eat carnivore are you open to some optional ketogenic ingredients?
Would you pay $30 for a cookbook if it were beautiful and easier to follow?
Weekend Menu: I’ll be cooking my duck legs four hours tomorrow before storing them in duck fat for a few weeks or months, not sure. Looking forward to the process. Racks of lamb Sat., Thai food for most folks during the football games though I may fast that day. Mostly I’m looking forward to my dark brew New Guinea coffee in front of the fireplace. It is going to snow us in starting soon.
Dream: Dreamed I dropped a whole bottle of Ibuprofen on the floor by my bed and my dog ate them. (Glad it was a dream.)
Happy Weekend! Stay warm