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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A brief history of tipping. (Food Woolf)
Is it a good thing or a bad thing that only 60% of farmers own the land they farm? Answer: It depends. (Sustainablog, via Appetite for Profit)
Tips to host a successful food-allergy-friendly potluck. (Eating Rules)
Scientists discover "cooking can be surprisingly forgiving." (Science News)
Traditional, homestyle Enfrijoladas. (Mexico In My Kitchen)
A quick and handy 49-second video on how to make Mulled Wine or Gleuwine. (Youtube, via Denver Doings)
A laughably easy and tasty recipe With No Name. Let's call it Hearty Chorizo and Bean Stew. (Stuff Yer Bake)
This week's unsolicited book recommendation: Lighten Up by Peter Walsh. If you know someone who wants to start down the road away from "stuff," this book would make a perfect gift. Useful, readable and encouraging.
If this article doesn't convince you to get on top of your estate planning, nothing will. (Get Rich Slowly)
How success really works, and why copying is better than begrudging. (Inc. Magazine, via Alosha's Kitchen)
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