CK Links--Friday August 19, 2016


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Articles first this week! Then, see below for some bonus great recipe links:

Some would say these food hacks are weird, even distasteful. Some have said it. (Surviving and Thriving)

Knife skills 101: the four basic cuts. (Nerd Fitness)

Intriguing post on why "baking therapy" works so well. (Cupcake Project)

Useful ideas for college students to cut costs. (WiseBread)

How one family is sending 13 kids to college, living debt free... and still plans to retire early. (Washington Post, via No Gimmicks Nutrition)

If I could live a happy life with the contents of a small bag, why do I have all this other stuff? And why do I buy stuff to add to it? (The Simple Dollar)

Fascinating thoughts on the rationality (and irrationality!) of waiting in line. (Freakonomics)

Now, some really good recipes!
Ramen 2.0: Cold noodles for hot days. (BitterSweet)

Easy: One Pot Pomegranate Roasted Chicken. (Chocolate and Zucchini)

Immensely savory: Chickpeas and Potato Coconut Curry. (Obscene Vegan)

Bonus! Rajma, or Red Bean Curry. (Obscene Vegan)

An epic collection of low-carb tomato recipes. (A Sweet Life)

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1 comment:

Jen Blacker said...

Baking and/or cooking therapy does work. After a hard work week nothing is better than cooking and baking. It's so relaxing to me. Then I bring goodies to work and make more people happy. People think I'm some sort of "super woman" but it's so easy to take a little time during the weekend to relax and cook.