Friday, May 06, 2022

Batch of links

 - There’s a local company called Kiolbassa Smoked Meats that makes good sausages (among other things). I just found out that they donate a lot of food to communities, both through food banks and disaster relief efforts. During the 2020-2021 year, they donated 50 tons of food in 26 cities in the U.S., serving a total of approximately 589,000 people! I’ll be sure to look for their products next time I want sausage. 

- Three restaurants that are revolutionizing the kids’ menu. I wish more would follow suit! 

- Here’s a great essay about how oatmeal saved the author’s father during the Great Migration

- 9 ways the pandemic changed American kitchen design

- So, they have finally invented meal cubes. I have questions (like, does it provide a feeling of satiety?) and I have to admit I’m not uninterested… I mean, I can totally picture us on a long road trip just eating cubes for lunch instead of junk food! 

- You’ll like this profile about Dr. Glaucomflecken, whom I follow on Twitter. 

- I loved this essay titled What My Toddler’s Nom-Noms Taught Me, in which Jessi Klein discusses motherhood and the hero’s journey. 

- Speaking of which, you might enjoy Inconceivable, a documentary about a couple undergoing IVF treatments. (Spoiler alert: this one ends well.)

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