I'm so Excited I cannot Hide it!

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I had an interview with Jimmy Moore this morning! He is a really nice guy to talk to and he had some kind remarks about the interview afterward, such as, "GOOD JOB and AWESOME". I was grateful because I haven't done this sort of thing in a long time. I've basically been retired from writing cookbooks for 7 years, but I've been in the cookbook business for 18 years. Now my cookbooks are dwindling in number and I'm toying with the idea of an 8th cookbook (6th low-carb one). The podcast will be available on Jimmy's Blog November 8th apparently. I will broadcast it here on my blog.

So here we are sitting on a mountain in the jungles of South America talking on Skype. Neat thing Skype. We tried the telephone but for some reason there was some feedback that Jimmy was getting on his side (voice echo or something), so we switched to Skype. Last night Ian dutifully checked to see what 11-00 am EDT was in terms of where we live. What do you know? He got it wrong. So at 10-00 am our time Jimmy phones! Eeek! We had just finished entertaining a nice Canadian gentleman who lives on the mountain here. Oh and I also walked Smiley down to the river and back as I normally do. Honestly, there is a little Canada here on the mountain!

What is interesting is that this man is diabetic and his wife has Celiac disease. I talked a little bit about low-carbing for people with diabetes and also mentioned that my low-carb gluten-free bake mix would be ideal for them. He could make, say, muffins with the bake mix for both of them (he likes to bake) - it would cover low-carb and gluten-free, I said. Trouble is people trust their doctors and the traditional diet for diabetes where fat is vilified and carbohydrate gets off Scot free, so low-carbing sounds foreign and wrong. Then add to that that I mention the specialty products used in the gluten-free bake mix and I look like I have 2 heads or something. (smile) That's why I don't often open my mouth about low-carbing unless asked, or put it this way, I usually don't go into details after saying something, unless asked, but I guess I was on top form today. People need to show an interest otherwise it can be a bit of a thankless task. Diet, health and food, etc. is a very personal thing and people don't usually want advice on that score.
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