Organize, Give, Reduce and more: Highlights from My Reader
September 18, 2009 at 8:59 am
Highlights for September 12-18
6 Ways to Organize Your Pantry from Zesty Cook. Which reminds me, I said I was going to reorganize my pantry…fridge…cabinets when I moved in a month ago. That still hasn’t happened. Maybe I’ll do that today. Or not …if I reorganize things then I might not know where the are. Organized chaos seems to be working well for us.
September is Hunger Action Month and Feeding America is running a Give a Little, Feed a Lot campaign. The idea is to give up something little (lunch, a haircut, music downloads) and instead give the money to feed a lot of hungry people. The calculator is an awesome way see exactly how many meals your donation would provide.
Gourmet has a good list of ways to reduce your carbon footprint every time you go to the supermarket. I’m a lot more conscious in my eating than I was a year ago, but I still have a long way to go, especially buying organic and local.
From Endless Simmer, 3 reasons why Mark Bittman should get more time on television. C’mon, you knew if there was anything about Mark Bittman this week I was going to link to it. The man changed my life and How to Cook Everything Vegetarian is definitely the most used book in my kitchen.
A fascinating infographic from Good provides insight on the most and least carnivorous countries and what types of meat they are consuming. (Via Serious Eats)
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