Wednesday, June 10, 2009

In Absentia


I haven't posted in a bit. I have been away. And I am not back. I am somewhere in between, paused for a moment to hover in "normal" daily life before zipping off again to Belgium, Auburn, then Italy (yes Auburn sounds a little lame sandwiched between those two others but it is for WS100 pacing, which will be a blast). I really want to establish some sort of consistency with my blog(s) and cooking, but I find myself currently wrapped up just living life instead of writing about it. It is a good thing, it means that I am truly present in everything that I am doing. That said, there is a part of me that really wants to build towards my future. I want to make a living being a foodie, somehow. I want to write cookbooks and own an organic food shop a la Barefoot Contessa. I would like to go to "real" culinary school, just for the hell of it. I think I have a unique perspective on food and I cook for both people like me (endurance athletes) as well as people who just want to eat healthy and feel great. And while I want to cultivate my culinary and writing side, I also want to cultivate my running career. Currently, running wins as I am traveling for some great races. Being on the road, especially internationally, does not lend itself to culinary creativity. And that is ok. I do alot of basic staples when I can get in the kitchen: salads with protein, roast veg, gluten free wraps, etc. Delicious and simple. So this is to say, I may not be around for a bit, maybe a month, maybe more. While life currently makes me a "bad" blogger, it makes me a "good" present person. That is the goal ultimately right? To just live you life and be present in it? I think so.

In the meantime, there is plenty here to keep you satisfied. Go back through the archives and rediscover something you may have not tried yet. Or better yet, go over to the left hand column and order a copy of my cookbook from Tastebook. If that is not enough for you, jump on Foodbuzz and explore thousands and thousands of food blogs and food content.

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