CK Friday Links--Friday August 6, 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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A good friend of mine just closed his restaurant, Bellavitae, in New York City. Here's why. (Bellavitae Blog)

Eat appropriately for the type of workout you're doing. (Physical Gateway)

Seven excuses keeping us overweight. (344 Pounds)

The present moment is all that matters when you're appreciating wine. (1WineDude)

Recipe Links:
Delicious, easy and detoxifying: Simple Broccoli Soup with Smoked Paprika. (A Mingling of Tastes)

Laughably easy Beer Batter Shrimp. (Aaplemint) Bonus Recipe: Tropical Pineapple Fried Rice.

A great way to enjoy fresh, in-season corn: Grilled Corn and Pineapple Salsa. (Dad Cooks Dinner)

Off-Topic Links:
It's clear that humans are terrible at dealing with unknown outcomes, but the biggest problem is that we actually think we’re good at it. (Behavior Gap) Bonus post: The dumbest question in the investing world.

How do you decide when it's the appropriate time to go to the doctor? (The Simple Dollar)

Excellent ideas and insights on making a living as a writer. (Literary MacGregor via @elizabethscraig)

How to give a competent and effective man hug. (Wehr in the World)

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