Food Links, 28.03.2012
I’m enjoying Grist’s series on protein angst.
What to eat while watching Mad Men.
The rise of a food-centred youth culture.
A month spent only eating food advertised on television.
An urban, indoor farm feeding a community.
Raj Patel on feeding the ten billion.
Fuchsia Dunlop on eating in Sichuan.
Egg sandwiches are under threat.
A super-efficient Japanese kitchen. And three recipes for sea vegetables. (Thanks Mum!)
The future of food.
On ghostwriting cookbooks.
Meet Izzy: the official trained to sniff out contraband food products at JFK airport.
Could lab-grown meat feed the world?
How a vegan became a butcher.
Alice Waters on her Edible Schoolyard Project.
How to recreate Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party.
What would dinosaur meat taste like?
The anatomy of a Twinkie.
An interesting analysis of Guinness’s new ad campaign in Nigeria.
Italians eat as much ice cream as ever, despite the recession.
A food revolution in New Mexico.
Modern art on sandwiches.
Elizabeth Taylor’s diet.
Why Australians switched from Chinese to Indian tea.
Sushi rolls in space.
Why do we give food meaning?
Are there fundamental laws of cooking? (With thanks to Dan Kemp.)
The bohemian butcher.