Greetings readers! This week features a slightly briefer-than-normal Friday links, since this week and next we've left Santiago and are now on the road, enjoying a week and a half long road trip to northern Chile. Right now, we are in the quaint and friendly town of Vicuña. This is an amazing country!
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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Ten critical tips for foolproof recipe writing. (stonesoup) Bonus post: Seven kitchen time-savers.
How food blogger Jaden Hair manages 40,000 Twitter followers. (Food Blog Forum) And I thought I had arrived when I cracked 1,000!
Everything you'll ever need to know about sorting, soaking, cooking and taste-testing dried beans. (Christie's Corner)
I'll give a free economics textbook to the first reader who can name three problems (there are at least five) with the logic of this blog post claiming "bags of oranges cost more than Coke." (The Consumerist)
A delicious and suprisingly easy Green Risotto Primavera. Perfect for the first hints of spring. (Bittersweet Blog)
My favorite budget food blog posts an easy and delicious Swiss Chart Tart. (30 Bucks a Week)
The best damn Whole Wheat Cheddar Cornmeal Scones in the land. (Beach Eats)
A fascinating and highly counterintuitive discussion on concerns about the healthcare bill from a diabetic--keep in mind, this is exactly the type of person who'd benefit from this legislation. Read with an open mind. (A Sweet Life)
Why it's rather silly to complain about your problems. Don't review and rehash what you don't want. (Steve Pavlina's Blog)
Understanding, accepting and making the most out of your mind's cycle of creativity. (The Change Blog)
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