Time to take a break from the work day and procrastinate a little! Check out our favorite links of the day:

How to Eat at a Hipster Restaurant (via BuzzFeed)

How to Eat at a Hipster Restaurant

Do you ever find yourself lost or confused at a hipster restaurant? Fear not, for writer-artist Nathan Pyle gives you all the tips and tricks you need, including “requesting an extra plate to test unlabeled condiments” and looking for familiar nouns on the menu like “potatoes,” “bread,” and “chicken.” All of his tips are accompanied by hilarious animated illustrations. Be sure to check them out!

What Your Favorite Breakfast Pastry Says About You (via Huffington Post)

Blueberry Muffin

Are you a croissant or a cheese danish? Perhaps a cinnamon roll? This list compiled by Huffington Post gives personality descriptions according to breakfast pastries that I must say are pretty accurate. My favorite description is the Apple Strudel. Just saying.

Why Critics Are Dead Wrong About the Paleo Diet (via MindBodyGreen)

Avocado Salad With Almonds

The Paleo diet has been subject to quite a bit of criticism lately. According to U.S. News and World Report, the Paleo diet ranked last in its “Best Diet Overall” Category based on how easy the diet is to follow; short-term effectiveness for weight loss; long term effectiveness for weight loss; nutritional completeness; potential for managing and preventing type 2 diabetes; potential for preventing and managing heart disease; and safety. Mind Body Green created a pretty convincing argument against the U.S. News rankings.

A New Way to Segment a Grapefruit (via Food52)

How to Segment a Grapefruit
Have you been searching high and low for a new and exciting way to segment a grapefruit? Probably not… Although this new way, found on Food52, is super useful and easy. The best part of this new trick? Less bitter rind in each segment and no risk of grapefruit juice squirting in your eye.

What were your favorite links of the day?

Tucker is a junior at Fordham University studying Political Science and Art History. He enjoys food, historical nonfiction, and Netflix marathons.