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 last cookie. (One Crafty Mother)
Three things I learned from religiously reading food labels. (Attune Foods)
Think you can't eat local, organic and sustainable for less than McDonald's? Think again. (Food on the Food, via Grow. Cook. Eat.) Related: Finally, a food pundit realizes junk food is not cheaper. (New York Times)
Is canning really worth it? Only if you have a low-cost source of fruits and veggies. (The Simple Dollar)
An incredible Tuscan White Bean Soup, straight out of Emeril's latest cookbook! (Cooking with Books)
Sweet Potato and Chickpea Curry, and an clear explanation that canning really IS worth it. (Addicted to Canning)
Delicious, easy and seasonal: Homemade Apple Chips. (Cupcake Project)
The four best pieces of artistic advice I've ever seen--in one PDF file. (Keri Smith, via A Life of Spice)
The two iron laws of modernity are: 1) things are getting better, and 2) people think they’re getting worse. (Open Market)
The six killer apps of prosperity--and how the West is deleting their own apps. (TED Talks, via The Simple Dollar)
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