CK Links--Friday May 27, 2016


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The ultimate guide to oven temperatures. (Stonesoup)

We throw out tons of perfectly good food just because of arbitrary "sell by" dates. Congress hopes to clear this up. (Munchies)

Related: The tradeoff of "sell by" dates and food waste. (Casual Kitchen)

Surfing icon Laird Hamilton shares his ten point plan to live forever. (LA Times)

"What is an expert?" Long, very interesting. (Harvard Business Review)

Wide ranging, fascinating transcript of the Freakonomics Blog's podcast with Tim Ferriss, a conversation that starts off with "I'd seen your face, and I knew that you were the '4-hour-blank' guy, and I assumed that you were a total charlatan." (Freakonomics)

In small town America, the internet really has changed everything. Long but worth it. (Backchannel)

Finally... a few intriguing recipes to finish off the week:
Wine Salt (Well Preserved)

Cuban Black Bean Soup (The Kitchn)

Honey Lime Chicken Enchiladas (Layers of Happiness)

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