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 absolute smoking hottest food trends of 2011. Uh, it's satire. (5 Second Rule)
If you're looking to adopt a food philosophy, here's a really good one. (Frugal Healthy Simple)
Hangover cures--and myths--from around the world. (Leite's Culinaria)
So wait: you're saying we don't need to drink eight glasses of water a day? (Accidental Hedonist)
Easy, nutritious and an electric green: Spinach and Cannellini Bean Dip. (Kahakai Kitchen)
Don't let the depressing name fool you: Heart of Darkness Flourless Chocolate Cake. (A Thought For Food)
How to make your own Homemade Marshmallows! (Baking Bites)
Unsolicited book recommendation of the week: Trent Hamm's book The Simple Dollar. If you know someone who's a relative newcomer to handling their finances, this book is an excellent gift idea. It's packed with commonsense tips and advice on how to manage your spending, get out of debt and get on top of your financial goals. (PS: There's even a tip in there from me--see page 27!)
How to be less sensitive. (The Change Blog)
Does self-help literature just make us lazier? (Intuitive Wu)
Flawed premises upon which we base our lives. See particularly #5, #9, #11, #13 and #21. (Divajules.com--Be sure to see both Part 1 and Part 2.)
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