CK Links--Friday March 20, 2015

Links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts.

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Four easy recipes to start off this week:

Easy Chicken, Chorizo and Shrimp Paella. (Alosha's Kitchen)

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Chicken Kebabs. (A Life of Spice)

Chicken Mole Chili. (My Humble Kitchen)

Serbian Potato Salad. (Bibberche)

Did you know that a ban on fast food eateries enacted in South LA ...ended up making people in that community even fatter? (LA Times)

You get headaches from the sulfites in your wine? No, you don't. (Wall Street Journal)

Ending "Last Supper Syndrome." (Greatist, via 50 by 25)

It is ALL ridiculous. Your life, my life, and the lives of all of the people around us. (Mr. Money Mustache)

Striking post about rampant bias in social psychology. (Psychology Today)

Every day I walk the fine line between well oiled efficiency and letting patients take the time they need to tell their stories. (A Country Doctor Writes)

How to never forget a person's name. (Pick the Brain)

Book recommendation: Decisive by Dan Heath and Chip Heath. The best book I've read, ever, on decision making. Insightful, easy to read, with lots of practical advice for any life domain where you're facing difficult decisions. Extremely useful.

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Melissa said...

Thanks, as always, for the recipe shout out. But thank you even more for that link to Greatist. I struggle with last supper syndrome and it was a good read... and then I looked at the sidebar and saw more articles about food, alcohol, addiction... and I went down a rabbit hole for a while. ;)

Daniel said...

Melissa, you are welcome. And thanks as always for being a reliable source of great recipes.