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I'm baking my birthday cake tomorrow!

Hey Blue!

How are you doing? September is a fun month for our family because we celebrate a bunch of birthdays (mine, Henry's, and my dad's). In fact, I'll be broadcasting live from my kitchen tomorrow, 9/20, on my birthday for my regularly scheduled Wednesday Facebook Live cooking demo at 5 pm Pacific!

I'll be baking myself the Rustic Chocolate Cake recipe from our new cookbook, Ready or Not! The recipe isn't online, but you can find it on page 166. (If you don't have the cookbook yet, you can pay close attention during the broadcast to catch all the ingredients.)

As always, three viewers who comment or ask a question during my Facebook live broadcast will win something cool—so make sure to tune in! 

New to my Facebook Live broadcasts? Just head over to my Facebook Page at 5 pm Pacific on Wednesday and you'll automatically see us futzing around in our home kitchen. Ollie always does something silly while I'm looking away...

Hey! Are you in the middle of a Whole30 and need something spicy to keep you motivated in the kitchen? Make my Whole30 Sriracha! I just updated my blog post with a fun, new video on how easy it is to make it! Check it out here:

This month, I'll be traveling to various Whole Foods Market locations for book signings because I currently have a fun partnership with the Northern California and Reno region! Next up: two signings in Sacramento and one in Reno!

More details here:

(Psst! Folks in New York, central Connecticut, and parts of New Jersey may also spy our cartoon family at Whole Foods stores at the end of the month!)

Also, I wanted to alert you that my Scotts Valley weekend retreat at 1440 Multiversity with Dr. Akil Palanisamy is almost sold-out. I visited the brand-new facilities last week and was blown away. You can learn more about it and book one of the remaining spots here:

See you on my birthday!



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