CK Friday Links--Friday November 5, 2010

Here's yet another selection of interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts and feedback.

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How often should you weigh yourself? As infrequently as possible. (344 Pounds)

Our modern concept of food is myth--a completely cultural construct. (Evolvify, via @crystalsilver)

I beg of you, read this only if you have a strong stomach. The seven most disgusting insect delicacies on earth. (Environmental Graffiti)

Four quick tips to make vegan eating easy--and healthy. (Cheap Healthy Good)

Recipe Links:
How to make a supermarket vegetable platter edible. (5 Second Rule)

Beer Can Chicken with Lemon Verbena and Thyme. (Kalofagas)

A simple, seven-ingredient Chipotle & White Cheddar Shortbread Cracker recipe. (Christie's Corner)

Off-Topic Links:
Unsolicited book recommendation of the week: Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter by Mario Vargas Llosa. A brilliant book by the winner of this year's Nobel Prize for literature--it's one of the best novels I've read in years. Writers will find it particularly inspiring.

Inaction only leads to suffering. (The Middle Finger Project)

You should ask "Why?" every single day. (Art of Non-Conformity)

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Charmian@Christie's Corner said...

Thanks for the link love, Dan. Much appreciated.

Daniel said...

Thanks Charmian! Keep those great recipes coming!


Leigh @ CHG said...

Hey Dan,
Thanks for the link! Loved the post on brand value a few weeks back.

Daniel said...

You're welcome Leigh! And thanks for the feedback. That was an extremely popular post. Glad you enjoyed it.