Link Roundup and MOAR CHOCOLATE.

I absolutely decimated an enormous chocolate bunny this weekend. I know, Easter was a while ago.  Kind of like how I started making this list of links a while ago. But it’s still good.  Just like the bunny was still good. REALLY good. Basically, this was me:

This image is courtesy of Hyperbole and a Half, a blog that had our office on its knees in paroxysms of laughter for a good portion of the workday. Thanks, H+1/2, for destroying our productivity like a 7000% deadly shark-sloth.

Anyway, those links. Here’s some cool stuff we’ve been reading when not stuffing our faces with defenseless chocolate creatures.

Eat-onomics: The Ten Most Inspiring People in Sustainable Food [Fast Company]

Q&A with Chef Dan Barber: Can Organic Farming Feed The World? [TED Blog]

People Who Photograph Food and Post the Pictures Online [New York Times] Who are these freaks?

Jamie Oliver’s TED Wish: Teach Every Child About Food [TED]

20 Fascinating Lectures for Serious Foodies [Online Universities] Lots of our faves here, from Malcolm Gladwell to Dan Barber to Jennifer 8.  Lee to a ‘renegade lunch lady.’

How To Make Perfect Pork Crackling [Guardian] Finally, a decent reason to buy a hair dryer.

Q & A: Oscar Week: Food Inc. Director Robert Kenner [TIME] Yeah….this was from a long time ago.

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2 thoughts on “Link Roundup and MOAR CHOCOLATE.

  1. irene says:

    Tried to read this post earlier today, but only got as far as the Hyperbole and a Half link. It was amazing.

  2. Alisa says:

    Wonderful links! Im bookmarking this post 🙂 I love your site!

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