Here's yet another selection of particularly interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts and your feedback.
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A real live farmer vents his frustration at "agri-intellectuals" in a thought-provoking article. (The Omnivore's Delusion)
An excellent summary of the food safety bills rolling through in Congress right now, and what exactly they mean for us. (Food Politics)
All the advice you'll ever need (plus several recipes) on hosting a feast for your vegetarian friends. (stonesoup)
Is Costco worth it? For this couple it is--on everything but the food. (Green Panda Treehouse)
Why your food never looks as good as that picture in the magazine. (Christie's Corner)
Eight amazing agricultural innovations happening right now that will help us feed nine billion people by 2050. (Popular Science)
Why Malthusian arguments seem rigorous, but are almost always wrong. (Casual Kitchen)
A deeply chilling report of slavery in the tomato fields of Florida. (Gourmet.com)
Mike's recipe for Grilled Steaks with Mediterranean Herb Butter won the steak cook-off at the Taste of Akron Food Festival. (Dad Cooks Dinner)
Meta-cookies! A cookie recipe made from cookies: Oreo Cookie Cookies. (Cupcake Punk)
Kevin's Baked Shrimp and Feta Pasta. (Closet Cooking)
Southwestern Egg Rolls. (The Hungry Housewife)
A gratuitous book recommendation: Po Bronson's What Should I Do with My Life?
If you are at a point in life, like I am, where you're not quite sure what your next step should be, this book will inspire you and make you realize you've got a lot of company. Highly recommended.
"Everywhere you look, life’s deck seems stacked against success… if you choose to see if that way." (Awake at the Wheel)
A neglected key to personal growth: your health. (The Change Blog)
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