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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Remember that recent study that links moderate alcohol consumption and an increased risk of breast cancer? Time to rethink it. (The Incidental Economist)
Good ideas for foods to have on hand for emergencies. (Ingles Nutrition)
Ways to eat less. (Owlhaven) Bonus Post: Correcting kids without losing your cool.
Is it right or wrong for a woman to breastfeed openly at a table in a restaurant? (The Bitchy Waiter)
You'll need a spoon to finish it: My Family's Favorite Hot Chocolate. From Mollie Katzen's classic cookbook Sunlight Cafe. (Mollie Katzen)
An interesting stylistic twist on the standard baked potato: Accordion Potatoes! (Chow and Chatter)
Weird, yet tempting: Sriracha Peanut Butter Cookies. (Tastes Better With Friends)
Best tips for writing quickly--and well. (Time to Write, via Nail Your Novel)
Why do you need to be conscious of your own bias? Because bias prevents you from comprehending, accepting, and applying information that may be useful to you. (Ombailamos)
For readers interested in film, here's a brilliant post by Roger Ebert on the life of Pauline Kael, the most important film critic of the 20th Century. (Roger Ebert's Journal)
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