Saturday, October 19, 2013

Weekend Links #32

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:
--How many times should you try a food before deciding you don't like it? At least once, argues Jay Rayner in The Observer Food Monthly. And in the case of tripe, many more times. (I have not tried it so I can't comment.)
--A detailed (but readable) analysis of 23 studies comparing low fat and low carbohydrate diets (from Authority Nutrition).
--"Don't bother going out to eat all the time"... and you will enjoy it more (from Casual Kitchen). The same goes for eating chocolate.

recipe links:
--A brilliant list of things to do with apple sauce (from sudden lunch!). I like the idea of mixing mayonnaise with a little apple sauce when making a coleslaw dressing.
--Jamie Oliver's recipe for chicken liver parfait. I know I should eat a bit of liver now and then.
--What do you think of the idea of chocolate and avocado cake with avocado buttercream? Too strange (from Laws of the Kitchen)?

off-topic links:
--It's Thanksgiving time. Here's a thoughtful meditation on how bring thankful can come from being in emotional pain (from Hearing the Heartbeat).
--Please visit the informative website of Blogger School, designed to share advice for bloggers about PR queries, how to handle giveaways, and how to politely ask to be paid for online work.

What engrossing things have you seen around the internet?

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