CK Links--Friday October 16, 2015

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Let’s start out with some recipes that caught my eye this week:

Triscuit Crusted Chicken. (La Petite Chef)

Roasted Butternut Squash and October Bean Soup. (Chow and Chatter)

Roasted Tomato Soup. (Eats Well With Others)

Yellow Rice Chicken Skillet--for just $1.51 per serving! (Budget Bytes)

Make your Omelette way tastier and more practical. (Beyond Salmon)

And a few articles:

A greater peril to us all than either saturated fat or sugar. (David Katz)

Three big lessons from a month-long paleo eating experiment. (Stonesoup)

Why do we eat what we eat when we eat it? (Joyce Cherrier)

Geeking out, briefly, on my car's MPG. (Ombailamos)

That's when patients no longer got to stay at a hospital until they were well. (A Country Doctor Writes)

Bonus: Absolution. (A Country Doctor Writes)

Ten underrated Charlie Munger quotes. (A Wealth of Common Sense)

Why is Stoicism having a cultural moment? (Tecnologia)

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