Food Links, 31.08.2011
On Spanish pigs.
What to drink with your meal if you’re teetotal.
Where are the undernourished?
This infographic demonstrates beautifully that healthy food tends to be more expensive than sugary, salty snack food.
Chocolate is good for your heart.
Tom Philpott reviews Nick Cullather‘s The Hungry World, a new history of the Green Revolution.
The dangers of ‘detox’.
On the famine in Somali: It’s the Politics…Stupid.
Transforming fridges into cinemas.
The rise of street food in Britain.
Are vegetables losing their nutrients?
Mark Bittman discusses US legislation around salmonella.
A Swedish man splits atoms in his kitchen. I think this is glorious. And this is his blog which is named, of course, Richard’s Reactor.
On the rise of the ‘super insects’ which are resistant to the pesticides which the evil empire Monsanto markets alongside its seeds.
The tricks of food photography (thanks Isabel!).
How far would you travel for amazing food?
Is eating well and healthily always expensive?