CK Friday Links--Friday May 13, 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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"We are all of us, right now, living in the golden age of drive-thru." (Accidental Hedonist)

Thanks to practically free energy, we've lost our appreciation for food. (Backyard Farming)

Why your efforts to be more healthy will always pay off. (The Claytons Blog)

A cheap, healthy and brief guide to safe and environmentally sound canned tuna. (Cheap Healthy Good)

Recipe Links:
Easy, and utterly decadent: Garlic Butter Roasted Mushrooms. (A Thought For Food)

A laughably easy pasta dish from Spitler and Yoakam's 1,001 Best Low-Fat Recipes: Chicken Penne Pasta. (Apicius' Apprentice)

Simple Garlic Roasted Potatoes and two brilliant kitchen tricks. (Eating Rules)

Off-Topic Links:
Avoid these three tell-tale signs of a self-published book. (Self Publishing Advisor)

A few cautionary words about leaving blog comments. (Quick Writing Tips)

On completing big projects. (Steve Pavlina)

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Elise L. Connors said...

Thanks for the link back to our blog. We're always trying to publish new content that is helpful to our readers. Thanks for your support!

~Elise L. Connors
Self Publishing Advisor

apiciusapprentice said...

Thank you so much for the mention! It really is a laughably easy recipe. And you know that by the fact that even I can do it! ;) I hope you have a wonderful and relaxing weekend!

Coby said...

Hi:) You have a fabulous blog:D Thanks so much for posting a link in relation to my efforts to improve my health.

Daniel said...

Elise, any time. That was a useful post.

Apicius, you are welcome! This is exactly the type of recipe I try to bring to my readers here at CK. Thanks for sharing.

Coby, thank you. Your post inspired me and it's inspiring quite a lot of the readers here. Keep it going!


bashtree said...

I couldn't agree more about the need for self-published books to be edited. As a professional freelance copyeditor, I shudder when I read self-published books that haven't been proofread. I've even put down books that had been highly recommended - three typos on the first page was too much for me to handle. I didn't care to see the rest. Hiring an editor doesn't have to be expensive. In my mind, there's no excuse.

Uh...end rant.