It's cheep food time! Once again, a food challenge, same rules as last time, only it's not really paleo, since the current version of paleo is still in a complete cesspool, full of KKK wizards, drunken misogynists, internet stalkers, dens of vipers, on and on althewhile while people trying to make money on tin-foil hat sales wring their hands as they hopelessly watch their whole market base go down in flames......
What's next? No, not paleo on Dr. Oz. Another great food challenge to cheer us all up.
I am armed with a camera this time, and a freezer full of free ham fat. Watch out world!
Paleo has been weird, but the rest of the world has been kind and generous. Still, this challenge won't be a cinch, especially since food prices are higher than last year. So, if there is to be any cheese-cutting around here in April, it will be because of the bumper crop of Jerusalem artichokes, not because I can afford an actual wheel of cheese.
This year will feature more food gifts and less home-grown produce, due to crop failure, laziness, and the general time of the year. It will be too late for lettuce and too early for tomatoes. The good news is that this has been a wonderful year for all types of citrus. Yay!!! No Scurvy.