CK Friday Links--Friday June 18, 2010

Lots of great content in the food blogosphere this week readers! Here's yet another selection of great material gathered for your reading pleasure. As always, I welcome your thoughts and your feedback.

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Tyler refuses to let a couple of laughing muscleheads stop him from his goal of losing weight. Neither should you. (344 Pounds)

The new F-word is "fat." Is it ever okay to use it? (Fit Bottomed Girls)

An excellent post on a woman's efforts to "break the cycle" and raise a daughter with a healthy body image. (Shades of Gray)

Subversive eating habits to avoid on your journey to your optimal body weight. (Grow. Cook. Eat.)

Recipe Links:
It should be illegal that a recipe this easy can taste this good! Lemon Basil Shrimp. (Alosha's Kitchen)

You can make Moors and Christians for a laughably cheap 85c per serving. (Cheap Healthy Good)

An easy and tasty recipe for a Middle Eastern Spice Mix. (Jeena's Kitchen)

Off-Topic Links:
Why you're addicted to email--and five ways to stop. (Dumb Little Man)

Minimalism: the lifestyle of the moment and of the future. (Thirty Two Thousand Days)

You think pesticides cause ADHD in kids? Think again. (The Last Psychiatrist)

Yet another example of the major media dying by its own hand. (TechCrunch)

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Melissa said...

Well hey, thanks for the link! I love that shrimp. Next time I think I may add red pepper flakes though too. Mmmm.

I am totally addicted to email. D'oh!

Also, the ADHD thing. My theory? Simple technological progression. We are just bombarded by so much and are stimulated in every direction we turn... it wasn't like that when we were kids. It's unfortunately inevitable that it's prevalent now.

Daniel said...

You're welcome Melissa! Keep posting those phenomenal recipes.

I'm inclined to agree with your thoughts on ADHD--I'm noticing my attention span shrinking over the year too (and yep, I'm addicted to email as well....).