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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Casual Kitchen isn't the only site that's all worked up about salt lately. (Food Politics)
I missed this when it first came out, but what do readers think of the controvery over Chef Marc Forgione getting caught abusing his staff? Most chef bloggers defended Forgione, butchering NY Times writer Ron Lieber for being ignorant, a classic jerk diner, even cruising for a bruising. (Forgione himself has an oddly narsicisstic preoccupation with how he's being made fun of.) Wait: are we tolerating bullying now?
Just to show that not all chefs are buttheads, a blogger shares the most amazing thing she's ever seen in a professional kitchen. One of the best and most moving blogs post I've read all year. (Eggbeater)
If you grew up on Chef Boyardee ravioli-in-a-can (like I did), you'll love this short history of the founder of the company. (Eat Me Daily)
How to make delicious Slow-Roasted Tomatoes. (Kalyn's Kitchen)
An Peruvian Chicken recipe to die for. (A Life of Spice)
Healthy, with an interesting mix of textures and tastes: Chicken Breasts with Tomatoes, Caramelized Onions and Feta Cheese. (For the Love of Cooking)
Don't worry when somebody zaps your dreams. They're actually guided by something they can't really control. (The Middle Finger Project)
How rich do you really need to be? (Early Retirement Extreme)
An excellent list of highly useful writing tips. (The Art of Non-Conformity) And a related PS: Check out my Writing Tips Blog!
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