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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Jacques Pepin likes hotdogs and beer, and never spends more than twelve bucks for a bottle of wine. My kinda guy. (Bon Appetit, via Alosha's Kitchen)
Why I've nearly given up ordering fish in restaurants. (Food Politics)
It ain't the turkey that makes us drowsy after Thanksgiving dinner. (Accidental Hedonist)
Five ridiculous myths people use to trash local foods, and why they're all stale, shallow and totally wrong. Read critically. (Alter.net, via Grow. Cook. Eat.)
A truly healthy and easy-to-make snack: Cauliflower Breadsticks. (The GastroGnome)
How to make your own Coffee Liqueur that's even better than Kahlua. (Creative Culinary)
Healthy, inexpensive and restorative: Kale and White Bean Soup with Egg Yolks. (A Mingling of Tastes)
The majority--perhaps the vast majority--of published scientific research claims are wrong. Here's why. (Science News)
Using the "Ambush Method" for better brainstorming. (Time to Write)
Interesting and surprisingly profound lessons learned through a life of working in the service industry. (Food Woolf)
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