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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The most common Thanksgiving mistake and how to avoid it. (stonesoup)
How to truss and spit a turkey for rotisserie cooking. (Dad Cooks Dinner)
You thought processed foods were bad. How about ultra-processed foods? (Food Politics)
Surprisingly tolerable ways to save surprising amounts of money using powdered milk. (Home Ec 101) Bonus Post: Why do you tent a turkey with foil?
Easy, inexpensive and effing spectacular Homemade Barbecue Sauce. (Alosha's Kitchen)
Slow-Cooker White Bean and Lentil Chili--featuring an existential comment debate on whether "real" chili contains beans. (The Ungourmet)
Crisp, brightly colored and authentic Chinese Stir-Fried Chicken with Vegetables. (Use Real Butter)
Laziness has changed. (Seth's Blog)
How statistics trick people--including doctors. (A Country Doctor Writes)
Why relying on investment income to "make" a living is far less risky than relying on an employer for a paycheck. (Early Retirement Extreme)
How to stop struggling with a past you cannot forgive or forget. (Far Beyond the Stars)
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