For The Love Of Food

by | Oct 21, 2011

For The Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

We have some fabulous reading this week including a dose of reality for the cavepeople in the room, some scary news about the effect of pollution on birth defects, and a TV commercial that makes me want to ride my bike to France.

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9 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. FWIW, couldn’t agree more about the auto-play on the QDT site!!

  2. Actually, I’m told (in response to my latest complaint) that the auto-play feature may be turned off by as early as next week!! Here’s hoping.

  3. JR says:

    I like the idea of bicycling France, I’m planning a ride to Santiago de Compostela, this is a traditional pilgrim route from the middle ages starting in The french Pirinees (french Basque region) to the mystical Santiago in Spain, if you want to join…

  4. Fuji Mama says:

    Thanks for the link love! I’m so excited for you—I hope you love Japan as much as I do!

  5. Thanks for posting the article on active commuting. I just started a run-BART commute from my home in Oakland (or sometimes my bf’s place in Berkeley) to my office in Walnut Creek. I go to the office three times a week, and my goal is to do the run-BART commute all three days, with maybe an exceptions once a month or so. If I keep it up, it will be 18.6-28.8 miles of running a week without any actual “workouts.”

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