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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How watching her four-year-old draw leads to a food writer's creative rebirth. (A Life of Spice)
Five easy ways to keep $20 (or more) in your wallet. And a ton of added ideas in the comments. (Owl Haven)
Critical thinking alert! Tell me what's wrong with this post: Processed meats "declared" too dangerous for human consumption. (Total Health Breakthroughs, via Mary McKitricks' Blog)
The incredible value of minimalism in cooking... even after you drop $200 on a pot. (The Simple Dollar)
Delicious, easy and hilariously cheap: Chickpea Salad with Feta and Herbs. (The Merry Gourmet)
I'll never look at granola the same way again: Elvis Granola! (Eat, Live, Run via Cook, Pray, Love)
Did you know about National Empanada Day? How to make Empanadas. (Chew on That)
Unsolicited book recommendation of the week: Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg. I've read this book three times over the past ten years and I'm convinced it's one of most inspiring books out there on how to "keep at it" when writing.
Why you should write poems to those you love. (Black Hockey Jesus)
On knowing your audience. (Ben Casnocha)
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