Food Links, 21.09.2011
Cooking may be 1.9 million years old.
On the north/south divide on ensuring food security.
The remarkable rise of Greek yogurt sales in the United States.
On ‘flexitarianism‘ and an apparent global decline in meat sales.
Glamour Magazine promotes healthy eating by teaming up with…Krispy Kreme to sell…Glamour-flavoured doughnuts during London Fashion Week. Words fail.
Fast food chains attempt ‘gourmet‘ options on their menus. And in a blind taste test, Pizza Express trumps Domino’s top-end offerings. Hurrah! (I LOVE Pizza Express.)
Lyons teashops and the invention of the world’s first business computer.
Food adventures at the Indiana State Fair. There’s deep-fried kool-aid. Yup.
Eating insects to save the planet. (Thanks Milli!)
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall waxes lyrical on the joys of eating less meat.
A diet book for little girls. Really?
Tee hee: Another Damned Food Blog.
Human Rights Watch reports dismal condition on South Africa’s wine farms – which, if you’ve ever visited one, shouldn’t be hugely surprising news.
You need to know more about Doom Cakes: see here and here. (Thanks, Dudley.)
Mycitycuisine.org collects recipes for and guides to local cuisines all over the world.
Happy animals make tastier meat.