Weekend Links is a way of sharing all the engrossing things I see around the internet. I publish Weekend Links approximately every two weeks. As usual, I welcome your ideas and feedback.
food reading links:
--An analysis of the recent media coverage of Bill Clinton's veganism and other nutrition in the media (from Small Bites).
--A five part series about food photography by Gourmande in the Kitchen caught my eye, thanks to my brother sending me a link. I love the pictures which show balance in food photos, seen in part two.
--Savoury baked goods are a fantastic addition to dinner. For example, these parmesan spinach muffins from Savvy Eats.
--Or how about a date and orange loaf? It's sweet, but sugar-free (from Anja's Food 4 Thought).
--Coconut birthday cake, from a new food blog about cooking with and for children. Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen is written by Sonya, an amazing mother who is expecting her fourth child in November.
--A guide to the "five tastes" of salad dressings (from The Blissful Chef). Very informative. If you still buy your salad dressing at the store, it might be time to switch.
--I've just discovered there's a quarterly magazine published called Hong Kong Runner. I'll be subscribing to that! My goal is to start running some timed distances this autumn (I won't call them "races". I am so slow.)
--I really, really love the Kitchen Reader, the food related book club that I participate in (and lead). So I was excited to see that one of our members, Jules from stonesoup, wrote about 7 reasons why joining a book club will help your writing.
What engrossing things have you seen around the internet?
Or tell me... What is your best blog post these last two weeks?
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