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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How we all got it totally wrong with the evils of HFCS. (The Atlantic, via @DanaMcCauley)
A food writer learns the truth behind the statement, "if you get what your heart desires, it is good. If you don't, it is better." (A Life of Spice)
A hilarious story about Julia Child wanting to go to McDonald's for lunch. God, I love her. (Atlanta Dish)
How a former chef completely rethought all of her habits about menu planning and meal preparation once she took up serious home gardening. (Living the Frugal Life)
To marinate, or not to marinate? An intriguing post on more effective ways to impact tenderness and juiciness in meats. (Beyond Salmon)
How to make Best-Ever Buttermilk Biscuits, along with some extra tips and tricks for the perfect high-rise biscuit. (Noble Pig)
Real, authentic Mexican Rice. (Spicie Foodie)
How a single (and later discredited) study caused all of us to make an erroneous connection between vaccines and autism. (The Last Psychiatrist)
On the virtues of slow driving. (Tiny Simplicity)
Why your ego fears silence, and why you should embrace it. (The Change Blog)
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