For The Love Of Food

by | Sep 10, 2010

For The Love of Food

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

The biggest news this week is that I defended my thesis on Tuesday and am now officially a PhD, but that didn’t stop the universe from producing a bunch of other important food and health stories. It might be time for a reality check on your pants size, as well as your understanding of fat and metabolic health. I also found a simple and delicious guide to cooking okra.

I read many more wonderful articles than I post here each week. If you’d like to see more or just don’t want to wait until Friday, be sure to follow me on Twitter (@summertomato) or the Summer Tomato Facebook fan page. For a complete reading list join me on Digg. I’m very active on all these sites and would love to connect with you.

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6 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. Darya
    A big congratulations Doctor!

  2. Jenny Lee says:

    Congrats, Darya! That’s fantastic. Enjoy your much-deserved weekend, and keep up the amazing work on this website alone — I can’t even tell you how much you’ve changed my approach to eating over the last few months. 🙂
    All best,

  3. baahar says:

    I always thought it is tricky to cook Okras. Then I found the Indian way to prepare them. Okras shouldn’t come in contact with water, neither during the cleaning and cutting process nor while cooking, otherwise they ‘release’ their slime. Therefore I wash them and let them dry completely before I cut them and cook them without putting a lid on.

    I have a recipe on my blog actually 🙂

  4. misschacha says:

    Congratulations on your Ph.D.!!! I’ve lost almost 20 lbs. since discovering your site and creating my own healthstyle back in March. It has been a simple, painless, and wonderful way to eat. Your site has made a tremendous impact, thank you!

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