CK Friday Links--Friday February 18, 2011

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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To find success as a food blogger you have to dare to be different. (A Life of Spice)

A stunning story on what farmers in rural Haiti did with a gift of 400 tons of Monsanto vegetable seeds. PS: Break out your critical thinking skills when reading. (

When you immerse a hard-boiled egg in Pepsi for 24 hours, some disturbing things happen. (Fooducate)

The end of the low fat era. (A Sweet Life) Bonus post: Eating carbs at specific times of the day helps you lose weight.

Recipe Links:
Another elegant meal from my favorite Spanish food blog: Steamed Cod with Cabbage in a Spanish Tomato Sauce. (A Little Bit of Spain in Iowa)

Easy and intriguing: Lentils Braised in Red Wine. (Beyond Salmon)

Warning--eat within 48 hours! Chinese-Style Marinated Celery and Carrots. (Cheap Healthy Good)

Off-Topic Links:
Work-life balance is far too important to be left in the hands of your employer. A compelling talk from the author of Fat, Forty and Fired. (TED Talks)

The four stages of investment knowledge. (The Aleph Blog)

It's far harder for a young person to get established financially today than in the 1970s. Here's why. (The Simple Dollar)

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Monica Bhide said...

Thanks for mentioning my post!

Daniel said...

Monica, you are most welcome. It was an excellent one.