I've changed the format for this week's links post to make it a faster and tighter read. As always, let me know what you think.
PS: Yep, you can still find me on Twitter.
Don't let "the fantasy of being thin" make you delay important life experiences. (We Are the Real Deal).
There's a mindless rabble of food blogs out there--and Kate doesn't like it. (Accidental Hedonist)
The authors of Almost Meatless hosted a virtual potluck this week. (Crumbs on My Keyboard, What I Weigh Today)
It's always a pleasure to read a talented blogger's reflections after one year of food blogging. (The Dogs Eat the Crumbs)
I'm a new fan of Kimberly Morales' blog... (Poor Girl Eats Well)
...but I was appalled by the petty and obnoxious comments on her recent profile in the SacBee. (Sacramento Bee)
Most of the recipes on this unpretentious blog are under $1 a serving. (Frugal Healthy Simple)
Yvonne shares thoughts on what to do when things just seem "off" for you in the kitchen. (Cream Puffs in Venice)
Four reasons why Claudia's pesto is better than yours. (cook eat FRET)
The food at Denny's is laced with astounding amounts of sodium, and they've been sued for failing to disclose that fact to diners. (CSPI via Food Politics)
Several interesting examples of psychological manipulation and how to dodge them. (Yes to Me)
Reclaim your time and regain your opinions by giving up TV. (Balanced Life Center)
10 "beyond-the-basic" burger recipes, including Peking, Pesto and Moroccan-style burgers. (Dana McCauley's Food Blog)
An easy and laughably cheap spicy chickpea recipe. (Grow. Cook. Eat.)
Your guests will do anything for this Spiced Plum Soup recipe. (5 Second Rule)
The strangest pie recipe you'll ever see: Cauliflower Pie. (Banging on Pots and Pans)
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