Weekend Links is a way of sharing all the engrossing things I see around the internet. I publish Weekend Links approximately every month. As usual, I welcome your ideas and feedback.
food reading links:
--Saveur's Best Food Blogs Awards highlight some incredible blogs. There are plenty of new-to-me reads here as well as many old favourites.
--How ingenious is this? A porridge recipe that has a blended egg whisked in during cooking. That sounds like a great way to add protein to your breakfast (from Natural Kitchen Adventures).
--I like the idea of a corn and parmesan cheese creme brûlée (from Tasty Kitchen).
--You can make your own electrolyte energy cubes for endurance sports like long distance running (from Healthful Pursuit).
--My friend at work made fermented ginger ale (from Wellness Mama). I want to make some too. I also really want to buy some nice flip-top bottles; hee hee!
--Also on my list of fermented foods to make: easy peasy probiotic pickles (from Sarah Ramsden).
--And finally, I should go back to making yogurt at home (pictured above).
books I'm reading:
--Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H Pink
--A History of the World in Six Glasses by Tom Standage
cookbooks I'm cooking from:
--Michael Broadhead's ebook; a free download (see my review of it here)
--Modern Classics: Book 1 by Donna Hay
--Against All Grain by Danielle Walker
--How to style dresses for work so that every dress can be worn in at least three different ways (from Bridgette Raes). Also, why you should spend 25% of your clothing budget on accessories!
--One hundred questions for self-exploration, networking, or getting to know someone better (from Alexandra Franzen). I think some of these I may use in upcoming blog posts.
What engrossing things have you seen around the internet?
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