I got my copy of The The 4-Hour Chef: The Simple Path to Cooking Like a Pro, Learning Anything, and Living the Good Life, Tim Ferriss’s follow up to The 4 Hour Body, a lifestyle change that I made about 5 months ago and has resulted in pretty amazing weight losses in that time. The one thing that 4HB lacked was creativity in cooking. Tim attempts to make up for it in this book by introducing some great new slow carb meals. Having only skimmed through the chapters at this point, I can see that he also teaches us how to clean a deer, build a fire and tie a knot. I’m certain there is tons more, but for now I’m just sticking to the cooking. Not that I am a stranger to slow carb cooking. There is certainly a monotony to this regimen and I couldn’t stand for it so I made my own recipes, which you can see here. But now I’ve got a book from the master Reverend Tim, as I like to call him. First up is this wonderful crab cake, which I just devoured minutes ago. Not a bad way to utilize $10 worth of canned lump crab meat. The low carb crab cakes recipe is simple an egg white, a chopped scallion, a little harissa and crab meat, mixed all together, fried in a pan and sprayed with a little lime juice. I decided to make mine a meal…and I could seriously eat another batch of these things right now. They are amazing.