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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Some great thoughts on lighting and POV when taking food photographs. (Another One Bites the Crust)
If local strawberries are $5.99, but California strawberries are $3.99 and they taste better, which would you buy? (Christie's Corner)
A painfully cute video reprising the famous Stanford "marshmallow study" testing kids' ability to defer gratification and resist delicious food. (Eater)
Why fortified "technofoods" aren't healthy either. (No Meat Athlete)
Kellogg's reformulates Fruit Loops with 3 grams of fiber--triple the previous amount. Does this make it good for you? (Food Politics)
Yet another reason to eat more chocolate: it may ease migraine symptoms. (NutraIngredients USA)
Kris receives an enormous supply of yellow tomatoes mere hours before a weekend getaway. Several excellent recipes ensue: 1) Provencal Stuffed Tomatoes, 2) Yellow Tomato Salad with Roasted Red Pepper, Feta, and Mint, 3) Yellow Tomato Sauce, and 4) Yellow Tomato Soup. (Cheap Healthy Good)
A preposterously delicious Rotisserie Beef Chuck Roast Barbacoa. (Dad Cooks Dinner)
A delicious and healthy Roasted Portobello Mushroom Salad. (Closet Cooking)
I'm still horrified by the idea of bacon in a cookie, but for those who get it: Peanut Butter and Bacon Cookies. (Joy the Baker)
Two critically important words that empower personal change: I can. (The Change Blog) (Bonus post: How to Meditate)
42 ways to radically simplify your financial life. (Man vs. Debt)
Jay-Z as an aspirational brand, and why white kids have no longer have any symbols of masculinity. (The Last Psychiatrist)
“The absence of fear is not courage. The absence of fear is some kind of brain damage.” (The Art of Nonconformity)
Calling all geeks: Full episodes of the original Star Trek are now available on Youtube. EEEEEEEE! (Youtube)
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