Category Archives: Links

Foodish like substance that you should be grateful for (5/9)

While I was doing research for my final paper on Libya, I stumbled upon this article. I know the school food here is sometimes of questionable origins, but at least we have food (or food like substance, if you feel … Continue reading

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Oh No! Chocolate Milk! (5/9)

Oh God, save our children from this horrible, sugary menace! I just read an article in the Washington Post about chocolate milk and how many school districts are considering banning it. I don’t really like chocolate milk, but I think … Continue reading

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Weekly Link (5/9)

The first link this week is a list of 100 food related blogs. They are somewhat health/nutrition based because of the stumble interests, but I think these blogs set a good example of what our blog should shape up to … Continue reading

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Weekly Link (5/2)

My link this week is to the Forbes list of the worlds most expensive wines.  It has a nice little slide show of stories and pictures of the world’s most expensive wines and it is divided into categories, such as … Continue reading

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Nothing Manly About Walking Around Singing Neil Sedaka (5/2)

Bacon grease soup. I say yes. So much yes, right now. Well, chicken stock, potatoes and bacon grease. And onions. I really want to eat this right now, it just sounds so odd and delicious. Need a stiff drink to … Continue reading

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Link – TED: Benjamin Wallace on The Price of Happiness (5/2)

I was watching TED videos a few days ago and found this. Mr. Wallace talks quite a bit about the foods we talked about that have the huge hype surrounding them, and whether the differences are subjective or objective. An … Continue reading

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Weekly Links (5/2)

For this weeks link post, I lacked inspiration, so I started stumbling. I set the interests to nutrition and heath because they were the most food related and stumbled for about two hours. Needless to say, I’ve found more than … Continue reading

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