Links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts.
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Extra recipes this week! See below...
Is it absurd to bring your crying 8 month old to a world-famous, ultra-expensive, three-star restaurant? (Jezebel)
Interesting summary of the Master Cleanse, along with details about its creator, Stanley Burroughs. (Calorie Lab)
The journey of an Indian onion. (Jayson Lusk)
The seven core areas of preparedness. (Backwoods Home Magazine)
Business school is a ripoff. (Quartz, via The Aleph Blog) It wasn't for me, but I see the logic of this article.
TL;DR shows self-contempt. You're ignoring the useful in exchange for the short or the amusing. (Seth’s Blog)
Book recommendation of the week: Wrong by David H. Freedman. Insightful book on when (and why) you shouldn’t trust “experts.” Extremely useful and a fairly quick read. Related: my post on Worry Porn.
Healthy, homemade Gummy Candies. (Owlhaven)
20 great low-carb Cookie Recipes. (A Sweet Life)
Easy, delicious: Oyster Stew. (Food and Fire) Bonus: Braised Beef and Noodles
Tortilla Soup: (Mollie Katzen) Dueling textures, chili and spice, and a deep, brick-red broth from Mollie Katzen’s new cookbook The Heart of the Plate. See also CK’s review of The Heart of the Plate here!
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