CK Friday Links--Friday May 28, 2010

Here's yet another selection of interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts and your feedback.

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Ten insights from one blogger's experiment in local eating. You'll be surprised by some of the conclusions. (Banging on Pots and Pans)

An interesting article on "The Slaughterhouse Problem." Regulations are so onerous for establishing slaughterhouses that small, more humane meat producers can't get their meat to market. (Food Politics)

Things to consider when buying a dehydrator. (Well Preserved) Bonus post: Tips to make the most of farmer's markets.

A great step-by-step tutorial on how to dice up an onion in a flash. (Home Ec 101)

Set up your own redneck container garden! (The WASPKid Diaries, via @Suburban_Farmer)

Recipe Links:
An intriguing and easy dish you can serve even the most militant vegans: Vietnamese Braised Tofu in Caramel Sauce. (Eats Well With Others)

Laughably cheap, laughably easy and seriously healthy: Pasta with Mushrooms, Peppers and Onions. (Cheap Healthy Good)

Easy instructions and pictures on how to roast a Leg of Lamb. (Amateur Gourmet)

Off-Topic Links:
On the necessity of knuckleheads. (The Cobb Blog)

A 15-year-old selects "Liberal" from a drop down menu and views his page a few times a day. What does that do to his willingness to evolve his mindset? (Ben Casnocha's Blog)

How to write for new readers. (IttyBiz)

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Joanne said...

Thanks so much for including me in this! I'm off to check out the other always find the best articles!

Daniel said...

Any time Joanne! I thought that was a great linkworthy recipe. Easy, interesting and not expensive. Thanks for posting it!