Sunday links and photos
I haven’t done a Sunday’s link for quite some time now so it is about time now. I will begin with the non-food ones.
If you follow me on a more regular basis you might have noticed that I have a certain fondness for the outer space and that I often include a link to some astronomy related site. So it is this week too, these space sounds makes me happy and they conjure up lots of different images to my mind when I listen to them, try it yourself and see what they mean to you!
Not long ago I talked about blogging and then I found this link over on Andrea’s blog colouring outside the lines (excellent blog by the way) that led me to a not that new post over at 11D that analyses how blogging has changed since she started blogging 6 years ago, I cannot but agree even though I have only blogged for 4. And despite it deals with another type of blogs, I think it can be applied to food blogs as well.
Now here I have a link to link to the food related section of this post, a bit silly maybe but I have to say that if this is how solid potato salad makes you move, I would eat it every day! The action starts about one minute in!
Now first out here has to be the BloggerAid – Changing the Face of Famine Cook Book that you can read more about over at Cook Sister! where Jeanne writes about it in more detail but I can quickly tell you that 130 food bloggers have contributed with recipes and that 100% of the proceeds will go to a project that feeds 22 million children each year. Buy it!
I love meatballs, I think they are great and definitely should get a higher status because there are few meat dishes that can be varied as much as meatballs can! Over at 80 Breakfasts, Jo gives us the recipe to her version of Asian style meatballs, they look and sound incredible I have to say.
If you love food and photography you must read Eating Asia, I know I have said this before but I could say it every day actually so just be grateful I just do it now and then.
And to conclude on a light note but still useful, have a good time over at Science of Cooking!