Ready for the weekend? To help you pass your Friday here are the highlights of what distracted me this week online, what I bookmarked that I hope to one day eat, and a picture.
"Well, what does eat correctly mean, you know? That's really what we're talking about here, is what does eat correctly mean? What I say in the book is that the two things that every successful diet share in common: low sugar, high fiber. So what's a low-sugar, high-fiber diet called? It's called real food." Robert Lustig, endocrinologist and obesity doc and author of Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease. (via The Fallacies Of Fat an NPR interview with him)
My Mother Gives Me Her Recipe by Marge Piercy
Sarah Hallacher's Beef Stakes project, "a [visual] data representation of the amount of beef produced in 2011." Her styrofoam packaged "steaks" represent steak production scaled by state size for the 4 top producers in the US: Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska and Texas; their labels provide information about steak processing. (via NPR)
Neil deGrasse Tyson's life philosophies highlighted at Jay Parkinson + MD + MPH
Eggs Boiled in a Pressure Cooker at Hip Pressure Cooking
Ginger-Lamb Coconut Curry at NPR's Open Window
Moroccan Kale Salad adapted from Robyn Youkilis, Your Healthiest You, NYC
New Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs in April?! Can't wait.