CK Friday Links--Friday June 4, 2010

Here's yet another selection of interesting links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts and your feedback.

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The #1 mistake new vegetarians make--and how to avoid it. (stonesoup)

Want to lose weight and reduce all sorts of health risks? Just do one thing: eat at home. (Functional Fitness)

The five stages of a failed diet. (344 Pounds)

How judgmental should you be when you blog about food and money? One of the most insightful posts of 2010. (Cheap Healthy Good) Bonus post: How to care for cast-iron cookware.

Recipe Links:
An inexpensive recipe that you can make in under 20 minutes: Curried Couscous. (The Kitchen Mouse)

Easy and delicious Pork Souvlaki. (Seriously Good)

Ever wonder how the Greeks do Coq au Vin? My favorite Greek food blog shows you how to make Kokkoras Krassatos. (Kalofagas)

Off-Topic Links:
Tipper Gore (yes, that Tipper Gore) has her own photography website, and her work is really good. (, via

Why you should consider challenging your prejudices by doing things that don’t particularly appeal to you. (

How do you rescue a totally unproductive day? (

Getting to good enough, and not letting the perfect be the enemy of the good. (Productive Flourishing)

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The Diva on a Diet said...

Fabulous links as always, Dan! I just spent quite a while on Tipper Gore's photog site and, wow, its impressive! I had no idea she was a photographer, but she's really talented. Thanks for the head's up on that, I really enjoyed it!

Daniel said...

Agreed. She's done some amazing work. Thanks so much for the feedback Diva, and as always, thanks for reading!