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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Martha Stewart is all that's wrong with cooking in America. (Art of Cooking Without a Recipe)
I'm not an anorexic hypocrite who's putting readers in danger--I'm just a food blogger. (Eats Well With Others)
How to tell whether a commercial whole-grain bread is worth eating. (Food Politics)
Lesson for winery owners: It's just a bad idea to be a jerk... and then sue the people who say you're a jerk. (1 Wine Dude)
Don't watch this unless you really want to know how much sugar is in that 20-ounce soda you're drinking. (Youtube, via Grow. Cook. Eat.)
A delicious, easy Olive Tapenade recipe. (Home Ec 101)
Straight outta Athens: Shrimp Saganaki. (5 Star Foodie)
Chicken Legs Baked with White Wine, Olive Oil & Parmigiano Reggiano. (Alexandra's Kitchen)
Unsolicted book recommendation of the week: If you or someone you know is interested in World War II history, let me suggest John Keegan's The Second World War. I'm finishing it up now, and I finally have a decent understanding of that incredible era. Readable and highly recommended.
Physical books are a thing of the past. (Far Beyond the Stars)
How the Bechdel Test changed changed everything I thought about the movies. (Jigsawdust)
Your attention is a precious and limited resource. How do you allocate it? (Steve Pavlina's Blog)
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