These blogs, articles, and cookbooks are fabulous reads, where I go for entertainment and inspiration, not to mention education:

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In Dieting, Magic Isn’t a Substitute for Science, The New York Times
A slightly cranky professor tells nutrition like it is.

Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us, Michael Moss
How the processed food industry got to be the way it is.

One Simple Change from Healthy Green Kitchen
Winnie’s ongoing series is about how you can make small, easy changes to your diet and lifestyle to improve your health and well-being. Thanks to one of her posts, I now drink a huge glass of H20 first thing each morning.

Brooklyn’s New Culinary Movement, The New York Times
A slightly outdated introduction to the glorious food scene I inhabit in Brooklyn.

The Pleasures of Food and Drink from
Byliner rounds up some awesome (free) food writing.

My Mom Couldn’t Cook, Esquire
The reason we all care so much about food is its ability to connect us to home and family.

Advice for Future Food Writers by Amanda Hesser
You might find this discouraging at first glance, but read it again to see how the fall of one sort of food writing career has opened up a way for aspiring food writers to engage with community, the internet, and green living.

Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch List (by region)
Useful guide for when you’re purchasing seafood and can’t remember what’s sustainable and what’s not.


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