Saturday, March 2, 2013

Weekend Links #28

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:
--This lengthy and thorough article (from the New York Times) examines why junk food is so addictive and how it is marketed. Eye-opening.
--Twelve best food movies (chosen by Serious Eats). Which ones have you seen? (The comments on this post are brimming with controversy about which films should have been included.)
--The Guardian explains that sales of horsemeat in restaurants and butchers in the UK has risen dramatically. It's healthy and tasty, too.
--Can you train yourself to love healthy food? The Guardian gives thoughts.

recipe links:
--I'm planning to make these chipotle chicken bowls with avocado for a meal soon (from What I Gather).
--In my grain-free quest, I have discovered that my childhood food of "mini pizza made on toast" can be reinvented as "mini pizza on aubergine slices". Here's the inspiration from SparkRecipes.
--Fifteen basic ingredients to make Asian food taste authentic (from The Kitchn). I currently have ten of these in my pantry and would never be without them.

off-topic links:
--An inspiring list of 40 fitness professionals (from Timbo Nation) who are "game changers". They seem like men and women worth learning from.
--"52 Totally Feasible Ways to Organize Your Entire Home" (from BuzzFeed).

What engrossing things have you seen around the internet?

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