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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How to cook more like a real chef, even if you're not. (Food Woolf) Bonus Post: Why restaurant staff don't get any respect.
The good, the bad and the ugly about raw milk. (Backyard Farming) Bonus Post: Another reason why oatmeal is the perfect breakfast food. (via @pixelpushr)
Ten thought-provoking rules for good food blogging. (The Amateur Gourmet) And related here at CK: How to write a great links post.
Ever wonder what types of wood to use for smoking different barbecued meats? Dave shares his list of favorites. (Food and Fire)
Easy and unusual: Tomato Braised Cauliflower. (Steamy Kitchen via Discovery.com)
From the co-author of the exceptional cookbook Almost Meatless, a creative and meatless Chickpea Tikka Massala. (The Oyster Evangelist)
Coconut Balls. Nothing more needs to be said. (Scott Can Cook)
Deep fried eggs: Yet another way to jazz up your morning eggs! (A Life of Spice)
How to eliminate a submissive mindset after experiencing an abusive relationship. (Climb the Rainbow) Bonus Post: Finding the Perfect Man.
Using "one week on, one week off" as a tool to boost your productivity. (Steve Pavlina's Blog)
For the stock-market-curious: What do investment pundits mean when they say "don't fight the Fed?" (A Dash if Insight)
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