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My man Mike from Dad Cooks Dinner has a new cookbook out, just in time for the holidays! Here's the link: Rotisserie Chicken Grilling: 50+ Recipes for Chicken on Your Grill's Rotisserie
An excellent blogroll of unusual Meatloaf recipes. PS: Note #10! (Chow)
I hate to break it to you, but the holidays are upon us. May I suggest Caprese Kabobs as a hilariously easy appetizer? (Hungry Housewife)
Just one pan: Skillet Pasta Carbonara. (Recipe Girl)
Gooey always feels like the right thing to do: Gooey Honey Blondies. (Eats Well With Others)
Is vinegar an acceptably safe alternative to bleach for cleaning and disinfecting? (Home Ec 101)
I can confidently state that All Wheel Drive cars are pure marketing BS. (Mr. Money Mustache)
Bonus! Becoming so convinced that you are right, that you block yourself from ever learning anything. (Mr. Money Mustache)
"I'm writing this blog post because I've seen a lot of really ignorant comments from a lot of otherwise intelligent folks about some recent shootings." (Monster Hunter Nation)
Only 25% of people really like you no matter what. 25% won't ever like you. 25% like you conditionally, and 25% don't like you unless you work at it. If you expect better odds, you're unrealistic. (A Country Doctor Writes)
Why would an aerospace engineer want to drive for Uber? (Financial Samurai)
What is a bubble? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
The pain we experience from insults is a symptom of a far more serious ailment: our participation in the social hierarchy game. (Time)
Lonely Planet Guides have become sanitized and cliche-ridden. (Matador Network)
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