Around the Internet Kitchen: Spring Time!


Around the Internet Kitchen: Spring Time!

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It is cold, rainy, and generally crappy weather in DC these days, but officially it is Spring time. This means a few things. First, I shaved my beard. I do this every Spring but it is always shocking how it immediately trims 10 years off my age.

Second, I planted my small indoor herb garden. I have 4 pots that I try to grow something in every year. This year my selections are: basil, parsley, cilantro, and chives. I also have a pretty good sized rosemary plant growing from last year. So far the little guys are growing great despite the horrible weather outside.

Now for a few links!

Guide to Reusable Grocery Bags – Honestly, I haven’t gotten on board with this trend yet. I don’t know why. Betsy and I have a few, but not enough to do all of our shopping in. This article reminded me that I should pick up a few more as I do think it is important. (@ Recipes 4 Living)

Want to Live Longer? – No this isn’t some late night infomercial sale. It’s something that most of us know already, but this study appears to be the nail in the coffin. Want to live longer? One of the easiest ways to improve your chances is to cut way down on the amount of red meat you eat. (@ CNN)

Eating Food That’s Better for You, Organic or Not – A really great article by Bittman discussing an issue that has really been the buzz of the food world lately. Is organic really important? And what does it even mean? Would I rather eat a non-certified organic apple from a local farm or an “organic” health bar carted across the country? I think you know my answer. (@ NY Times)

Meat MadnessA complete bracket of meats where the readers actually vote on winners in each competition. An awesome idea that was imitated by some ESPN guy. Eick started it though and his is far superior. (@ So Good)

Have a good weekend everyone!

5 Responses to “Around the Internet Kitchen: Spring Time!” Leave a comment

  1. I really enjoyed that Bittman article. Makes me feel better about buying produce that's on sale at Piggly Wiggly instead of treking to Whole Foods to pay about 20% to 40% more.

    (Though there are times that I wonder what I'd do without Whole Foods for quality cheese and meat…)

    It's like, hey, at least I buy produce on a regular!

  2. I've got my mini-herb garden in DC too…basil, parsley, rosemary and chives. I also have a jalepeno plant and a bell pepper plant. Everything is sprouting except for the bell! Any ideas?

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