CK Links--Friday April 1, 2016

April Fools!!

No, seriously, here are this week's links. And don't forget: The easiest way to support Casual Kitchen is to buy your items at Amazon using the various links here. Just click over to Amazon, and EVERY purchase you make during that visit pays a modest affiliate commission to support my work here. Best of all, this comes at zero extra cost to you. As always, I welcome your thoughts.

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How to master five basic cooking skills, from an oddly calm and non-profane Gordon Ramsey. (Kottke)

Remember all the worry porn stories in recent years about bee die-offs and the "beepocalypse"? Turns out honeybee colonies are now at 20-year highs. (National Review)

Everything in agriculture involves tradeoffs. (Weed Control Freaks)

Ever tried out cryotherapy? This blogger did... and liked it. (50by25)

If you want to flip a crepe properly, you have to do it with conviction. (Beyond Salmon)

Want to live longer? Get more sun. (Science Daily and Medscape)

All that wanting and aspiring to more, well it destroyed us. (Notes From the Frugal Trenches)

The "$50 a month forever" car-buying strategy. (Root of Good)

Imagine being born into a world of consumerism with no immune system. (Early Retirement Extreme)

The outrage over Cecil the lion has hurt lions--and it has hurt the people of Zimbabwe. (Dick's Pizza)

"I didn't get rid of my cellphone because of some hipster-inspired luddite idea." (Guardian)

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chacha1 said...

well gee, I guess I need to start sunbathing again. I was gonna wait till I turn 70. ;-)

Daniel said...

Hahaha I was thinking the same thing! Time to get out in the sun, stat. ;)