Happy Holidays!! 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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That old wive's tale about adding a potato to fix an oversalted soup? A food blogger goes debunking and proves it doesn't work. (Kitchen Mage)
If you're having a craving, say it to yourself: I AM HAVING A CRAVING. Once you put it into words--and once you're honest with yourself--you'll control it. (Ombailamos)
Pssst: Mike Pollan's entire Edible Education 101: A Complete Course on Modern Food Production, is now available totally free. Bookmark it! (The Atlantic, via Mollie Katzen)
For lit geeks only: What if Virginia Woolf, Raymond Chandler or Geoffrey Chaucer had turned to food writing? (The Independent)
Make a pile of delicious Potato Latkes for a mere 50c. (Real Cheap Food)
Let citrus be your savior during the cold months with this intriguing Grapefruit Cake recipe. (A Thought For Food) Bonus Post: How to Segment Citrus.
A Brownie Recipe to end all brownie recipes. (The Clayton's Blog)
The curse of competition. (Lisa's Liberation)
A "mommyjacking" taxonomy. (Mommyish)
Getting paid to do what you love just ends up making you dislike doing what you love. (You Are Not So Smart, via Alosha's Kitchen)
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