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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Big Brother is watching us now: The FTC now can fine bloggers who don't disclose payments from companies or products they endorse. Apparently, fines can be as much as $11,000 per post. (WebProNews)
Yes, calories labeling laws actually do work. (The Atlantic)
A touching story of an Indian fasting custom that didn't go quite as expected. (A Life of Spice)
Stock your cleaning cabinet with a full range of home cleaning supplies--for under $25. (Beingfrugal.net)
In a beautifully written post, pro pastry chef Michael Laiskonis describes some of the eureka moments of his life as a cook. (Notes From the Kitchen)
Food prices could triple by 2050, thanks to climate change. (Food Navigator via @DanaMcCauley)
Banana art. (YesButNoButYes)
Really useful Sugar Cookie and Icing Tips. (The Hungry Housewife)
An exceptionally easy Pasta Fagioli recipe. (Italian Cooking Recipes)
An amazing Greek-style Rice Salad that looks both easy and inexpensive. (Kalofagas)
A glorious, beyond-awesome, low-flour Nutmeg Dusted Bittersweet Chocolate Cake. (cook eat FRET)
Homemade Tortillas and Black Bean Salsa. (Poor Girl Gourmet)
How to create your own luck. (Bit Rebels)
How to double your chances for success. (The Change Blog)
How to use "fastdrafting" to flesh out that novel you've always wanted to write. (Girl Meets Word)
For literature geeks only: A physics grad student stumbles onto Paradise Lost and decides to calculate exactly how high up Satan was when he was cast out of heaven. (Built On Facts)
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