Readers, just a quick update: CK's next post will be a really interesting interview with Dr. Jayson Lusk, author of The Food Police. Look for it on Tuesday! Hope you all had a safe and healthy New Year.
Links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts.
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Hilariously easy! Cast Iron Roasted Butterflied Chicken. (Dad Cooks Dinner)
Ten nutrition myths. (Cooking Light)
While we’re at it: 13 lies that made the world sick and fat. (Business Insider, via BELLAVITÆ)
New York City's most obnoxious food trends of 2013. (New York Post) Picking on food hipsters is sometimes... too easy.
Fascinating interview with Hugh Johnson, one of the world’s most-read wine authors. (PS: He thinks we should ditch wine scores too!) (Wine Searcher)
Why are newspaper articles so short all of a sudden? (Columbia Journalism Review)
Avoiding "upgrade malaise." (Early Retirement Extreme)
Big trouble with snooze buttons. (New Yorker)
Always an interesting read to see the year’s Darwin Awards (My Underwood Typewriter)
Good article describing the Ego Trap. Are you caught in it? (The Rawness)
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