I created the Retro Sundays series to help newer readers easily navigate the very best of this blog's enormous back catalog of content. Each Retro Sundays column serves up a selection of the best articles from this week in history here at Casual Kitchen.
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This Week in History at Casual Kitchen:
Obesity and the Obama Administration: A Blogger Roundtable Discussion (October 2009)
I asked a rountable of five bloggers for their top recommendations for Obama to solve our obesity epidemic. The result? A collection of surprisingly blunt and creative ideas.
The 25 Best Laughably Cheap Recipes at Casual Kitchen (October 2009)
Twenty-five of the easiest, most delicious, and downright laughably cheapest recipes ever posted on this site. Several dozen blogs, message boards and sites linked to this post, helping make it one of the most-read of CK's entire history.
A Recession-Proof Guide to Saving Money on Food (October 2008)
An extremely popular roundup of all of my best articles on how to save money on food.
Curried Pork With Apples (October 2008)
You'll love the unique and striking combination of tastes in this easy and unusual recipe. From my 50 Recipes Containing Apples linkfest.
Braised Pork in Guajillo Chile Sauce (October 2007)
This recipe, from the exceptional cookbook Daisy Cooks, changed how I cook. It introduced me to brand new ingredients, taught me a totally new cuisine--and led to a highly embarrassing story of me attempting to speak Spanish with a shopgirl in a Mexican specialty foods store.
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