Saturday Linkages: Goats in Sweaters, Evil Gardeners and Cooking in the Dishwasher

goatsweathero


Goats in sweaters! http://modernfarmer.com/2013/11/goats-sweaters/ …

Transparent Cabin Built of Wood and Mirrors in California Desert http://lloydkahn-ongoing.blogspot.com/2013/11/transparent-cabin-built-of-wood-and.html#.Upkc7Eg2Ius.twitter …

Evil, Frivolous Gardener!!! | Garden Rant http://gardenrant.com/2013/11/evil-frivolous-gardener.html …

No Queso-Dilla http://plantbasedonabudget.com/recipe/no-queso-dilla/ …

Is there norovirus where you are going? There’s an app for that http://barfblog.com/2013/11/is-there-norovirus-where-you-are-going-theres-an-app-for-that/

The sous vide of the suburbs: Cooking Thanksgiving in the dishwasher http://barfblog.com/2013/11/the-sous-vide-of-the-suburbs-cooking-thanksgiving-in-the-dishwasher/

For these links and more, follow Root Simple on Twitter:

Share this post

Leave a comment

6 Comments

  1. From what I know of goats, I wonder why they don’t eat their clothing or the clothing of other goats.

    About the author of cooking in the dishwasher, his little bio said:

    “Through using new methods and messages, Ben hopes to compel folks from farm-to-fork to change food safety behavior and create a culture of food safety.”

    Has safety been a problem with this group?

    • That blog is written by university food safety folks. They have good points but also have an ax to grind that I don’t always agree with. That being said, when I’ve volunteered as a master food preserver, I’ve run into a lot of unsafe canning practices. And using a digital thermometer when cooking meat is a good idea, I think.

  2. I make those “quesa”dillas all the time, but I chop up some veggies to put inside (onion, carrot, pepper, zucchini). It is amazing with fresh salsa.

    Sweater goat is cute, but what happened to his poor horn?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


− 5 = 4