FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The food community loses a hero, laziness doesn’t exist, and mussels test positive for opioids

by | Jun 8, 2018

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

This week the food community loses a hero, laziness doesn’t exist, and mussels test positive for opioids.

Sorry this week is a little New York Times heavy. Personally I am happy to purchase subscriptions that support publications doing excellent work, and I encourage everyone who can afford it to do the same. It’s more important now than ever.

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3 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The food community loses a hero, laziness doesn’t exist, and mussels test positive for opioids”

  1. Emily Cooper says:

    So glad you are back with these. thank you!

  2. Mikey says:

    How to Increase Your Chances of Having a Long, Healthy Life – I like this article very much, it inspires me

  3. Amanda says:

    I’ve always been skeptical of the marshmallow test. What if the kid doesn’t like marshmallows all that much, but just enough to eat one while he’s bored? Or what if they don’t want 2 marshmallows and they are truly happy with just one? What if they knew they were gonna have ice cream or a better snack when they left? Or they didn’t trust the person who told them there would be 2? Or they knew if they walked out if there with 2, their parents would take them to “save for later”?

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