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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Could you feed a family of eight for a full day on $2 total? (Owlhaven)
A spectacular prep tip: how to peel an entire head of garlic in ten seconds. (Vimeo, via Nutmeg Disrupted)
For those who are really paranoid about bacteria on your fresh produce, here's an easy, inexpensive technique you can use at home. (Basically Vegan)
A wine blogger unearths a stunning pay-for-access scandal at the Wine Advocate, leading to the resignation of a well-known wine critic. Go citizen journalism! (Jim's Loire, followed by this follow-up story. See also: Wine Diarist, Gawker and The Baltimore Sun, and a bonus post: Why the wine world looks like a bunch of d-bags)
Drink this Nutella Hot Chocolate and all will be right with the world. (The Hungry Housewife)
Make Peter's Roasted Pork Shanks with Crackling and all will be right with the entire universe. (Kalofagas)
Wait. Did you just say Spaghetti in a Mild Curry Sauce? (A Life Of Spice)
This week's unsolicited book recommendation: The Investor's Manifesto: Preparing for Prosperity, Armageddon, and Everything in Between by William Bernstein. The best investing book I've read all year by a mile. Short, blunt, insightful and incredibly useful. Use it and stop getting separated from your money!
A fashion blog's fascinating take on minimalism and clothing. (Chictopia)
Finding it pointless and wasteful to blow $20 on wrapping paper that's just going to be torn to shreds Christmas morning? Some alternatives. (The Simple Dollar)
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