Food Links, 28.09.2011
On the hallucinogenic qualities of some kinds of food.
Restaurants in the UK waste 400,000 tonnes of food every year.
The inventor of Doritos has died. He will be buried in chips.
Waitrose revamps its branch in Canary Wharf. I know, I know, but this is in the middle of a recession, so it’s interesting.
I really like this thoughtful post about food stamps and fast food by Tom Laskawy.
The best street food in New York.
Tina Joemat-Pettersson, South Africa’s Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries, argues that food security and agriculture should be on the COP17 agenda.
The history of MSG. (Thanks Milli!)
Kitchen gadgets and the Great Depression.
What are the meanings of staff meals at restaurants?
Oh the perils of accepting freebies.
How well do you know cheese?
We need a more concerted international response to the world’s food crisis.
Is there any point to providing information about the calorie content of McDonald’s meals? (No. There isn’t.)
Why it’s worth reviving the home economics movement.
Roman vs Neopolitan pizza.
Fascinating round up.