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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Why the Daily Meal doesn't feel bad at all about not paying food writers for stories. (Will Write For Food, via A Life Of Spice)
Barney's of New York redrew Daisy Duck and Minnie Mouse for a new fashion campaign. The Academy for Eating Disorders demands claims these "emaciated" cartoon characters will cause low self-esteem and body dissatisfaction in young girls. Readers, is this an overreaction, or a fair criticism? (Academy for Eating Disorders)
A guide to eating a plant-based diet. (Zen Habits) Related: CK on why eating less meat is far better than going local.
An inexpensive, hearty and easy African Beef and Peanut Stew. (Chow and Chatter) See also CK's Groundnut Stew, a reader favorite!
Walnut Skordalia. You'll never guess the key ingredient in this delicious Greek spread. (Kalofagas)
Hearty, healthy, easy, and you can make it in your slow-cooker: Cannellini Bean Stew. (Kalyn's Kitchen)
Why Baby Boomers just can't grasp that Millennials are... faking it. (Harvard Business Review, via Grant McCracken)
Remember that recent Friday Links post on the "marshmallow experiment"? Turns out there was something really wrong with that study. (Bloomberg News)
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