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:
--This guest post on Eating Rules identifies one way in which thinking mathematically about our food can help (or hinder) us making healthy decisions: Math and Food: A Thought Experiment.
--How to help the world by not eating local, from Casual Kitchen. I follow Daniel for consistently quality posts like this one. (Related: This post about how food miles don't make up the most important part of environmental impact of food, from Farming Futures.)
--Flaxseed focaccia bread (from Healthful Pursuit); not only is it grain-free but it's got very few ingredients and they are all "ordinary" ones.
--Some vegetarian burgers that are made with cauliflower and chickpeas, hence they are called cauliflower hummus burgers. How great does that sound? From Oh My Veggies.
--Some people still don't know that cauliflower can be amazingly tasty. For this person, there is cocoa roasted cauliflower, from The Taste Space.
--I have made this pumpkin spice latte (from The Nourishing Gourmet) at home a few times for my autumn fix, since Starbucks here in Singapore doesn't sell it. In fact, in October they were already serving their Christmas drinks. Pfffft.
--Chocolate pecan pie, from Elana's Pantry. Holiday food!
books I'm reading:
--Man's Search For Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl, a classic which I picked up in an airport
--Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well by Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen
cookbooks I'm cooking from:
--None at the moment... I'm on crutches for six weeks; sigh. But if I was cooking, it would be from Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat Melissa Joulwan because it is all about planning ahead and making tasty stuff easier.
--Also I wish I was cooking from Moosewood Restaurant Daily Special because I am craving crunchy salads. The variety of mixtures in this book is always surprising to me.
--I usually start making my plans for a new year the November before; that is, now is the time to plan for 2015! This year I'm being helped by the Passion Planner and this Devotion Worksheet from Alexandra Franzen.
What engrossing things have you seen around the internet?
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