Trish Deseine on food in Ireland.
A wet British summer pushes up the price of salad ingredients.
Why meatless Monday is a good thing.
The corn complex.
The goat slaughter.
In Colombia, chocolate cultivation gives way to cocaine.
One of the side-effects of the US drought is sweeter fruit.
Fast-food preferences and politics.
Obama loves beer.
Possibly the most hilarious menu ever. (Thanks, Mum!)
Kate Bush talks to Delia Smith about vegetarianism.
A day in the life of a Mumbai sandwichwallah.
A meditation on hot dogs.
The life and work of a melissopalynologist.
Is tripe over-rated? (Thanks, Ester!)
A cookbook about cookbooks.
So what is the future of beer?
Cafe Riche and the Egyptian revolution.
The shifting price of steak.
A new English-Xhosa-Afrikaans dictionary of wine.
The perfect custard tart.
Kiefer Sutherland bakes cupcakes.
The daftness of the paleo diet.
Why luxury foods aren’t worth it.
Julia Child’s correspondence with Avis DeVoto.
What are the origins of the Brazil nut groves in the Amazon?
A history of oven temperatures.
Preserving green beans in oil.
Sculptures made out of food.
How to dismantle a chicken.
The original House of Pies.
Robert Penn Warren’s birthday cocktail.
Which British delicacies should be awarded protected status? (With thanks to David Worth.)
A short history of the gin and tonic.
The best water bottle ever.
The Department of Coffee in Khayelitsha.
The art of the British picnic.
Food and Roald Dahl.
The New York Times on South African craft beer.
Bizarre: emasculated manly food. (Thanks, Jane-Anne!)
An interview with the glorious Mary Berry.