Saturday, January 29, 2011

Spreading Some Link Love

It's been one of those "What do you mean it's Friday already?  What happened to Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday?" kind of weeks around here.  As such, I'm a bit behind on a lot of writing blog entries.  *cough cough*  Oops. 

So, instead of beating my head against the desk, trying to come up with a good blog entry to entertain y'all, I thought I'd let some other Paleo and food blogs do it for me.  (Yes, I know it's cheating but it gives me a good excuse to wade into the 224 food blog entries sitting in my Google Reader.  ;-)  )

Ad critique: Chef Boyardee @ Ms. Q's Fed Up With Lunch - Most food bloggers know about Ms. Q's project to document a year's worth of school lunches.  Now that her project is over, she's talking about a variety of things, including this critique about the recent advertising campaign for Chef Boyardee's products.  I agree with her statement: "This is exactly the type of veggie advertising we need, minus the Chef Boyardee stuff."

It’s Too Hard!!! And a not so hard recipe @ Everyday Paleo - "But cooking Paleo is soooo hard!"  That reaction makes me want to beat my head against the desk.  It's not that hard!  And I can't help but laugh when I'm told: "But you work out of your home - you have the time to cook like that!"  Let's see - I'm a single mom with two young kids who runs a business out of her home while trying to keep the kids from killing one another.  If I can find the time to fry up a couple hamburger patties and toss a bag of frozen veggies in the microwave, so can you!

Buy this book as fast as you can: Why We Get Fat by Gary Taubes @ Hunter-Gatherer - I so want to read this book!

What’s Really Behind Whole Grains in School Food @ The Slow Cook - This is one of those times where I rejoice in the fact that my kids don't eat school lunches.

Fake Blueberries In Cereals, Baked Goods @ SlashFood - Is this really a surprise?

9 Steps To Perfect Health – #1: Don’t Eat Toxins @ Healthy Skeptic -A good primer to what many in the Paleo community consider "toxic food".  I've passed this on to a couple friends who are interested in the Paleo Lifestyle.

Against the Grain: 10 Reasons to Give Up Grains @ Nourished Kitchen -Another good article to send to friends.

As always, don't forget to check out this week's Paleo Rodeo for links to more great Paleo websites!

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