A Beautiful Cookbook
Some time ago, I recieved a very nice cookbook delivery from the US.
The sender was Jimmy Moore, the man behind the blog “Livin’ La Vida Low – Carb“, who sent me a copy of his latest book.
This is his first cookbook, co-authored with Maria Emmerich, a very well-known
cookbook author within LCHF/Keto/Paleo.
She also runs the blog Maria Mind Body Health. Take a look at her blog and get inspired
by all the delicious recipess she posts.
The Ketogenic Cookbook is really heavy, both in size and in the quality of the recipes.
This is an absolutely wonderful cookbook. It’s actually one of the most beautiful cookbooks I have ever seen, and I’ve seen quite a few of them since I started to work as a restaurant chef back in 1984.
It has what I think is the most important thing for a cookbook, delicious looking pictures to all recipes.
The recipes also includes a lot of vegetables. It’s great to see other cookbook authors in this genre, showing that a ketogenic diet isn’t just limited to bacon, eggs and butter.
Jimmy Moore has actually a part in my cookbooks finding their way to the US, they were all released in English this summer.
Just two weeks after I started my Swedish blog, Birgitta Höglund’s Food, 6 years ago, I wrote an email to Jimmy and he published a link to it on his blog.
In the same post I found a link to the very inspiring website Low-Carb Lifestyle, written by Clark and Nina Wagaman, who has been on a LCHF/Keto-lifestyle for over 10 years.
We became blogfriends, and I sent them my cookbooks in Swedish.
Nina, who is a photographer, liked my books and told me I should try to get them published in English.
She sent me the adress to Skyhorse Publishing in New York. I wrote to them and and after a couple of months they decided to publish all my cookbooks 🙂
This spring I joined over 200 Lowcarbers at Jimmy’s Low-Carb Cruise in the Carribbean. Blogging can lead to many interesting meetings.