Food Links, 29.08.2012
The hidden costs of hamburgers.
What can American’s healthcare system learn from Cheesecake Factory?
A former McDonald’s executive opens a chain of health food restaurants.
Baking bread in Beirut.
What Ireland eats every night.
The terrible tragedy of the healthy eater.
San Francisco has the largest number of restaurants per household in the US. New Orleans has the most bars.
Favourite dishes from countries competing in the Olympics.
Are Japan’s eel restaurants in danger? (Thanks, Mum!)
Dan Lepard‘s pop-up bakery.
Paying with maple syrup.
Arabella Boxer’s Book of English Food.
Woman vs (bread) machine.
So what *do* Britons call their mealtimes? (Thanks, Anupama!)
Bolivia seeks to expel Coca Cola.
How to make mole.
How to pick the perfect mealie.
Early Modern recipes for medicine.
Imogen Heap sings Chladni lines into salt.
Red wine and coke.
Lake Trout, a deliberately crappy restaurant. In Williamsburg. Obviously.
A profile of Anita Lo, New York chef. (Thanks, Carl!)
Putting the ‘h’ back into ‘yoghurt‘.
British icons in biscuits.
New York’s biggest roof-top farm. (Thanks, Rafaella!)
Microwave turkish delight.
Four new flavours of ice cream.
A pop-up shop which, quite literally, pops up.
Lobster and caviar burgers.