Food Links, 12.09.2012
How Walmart spread across the US. And how it uses design and logistics to be more efficient.
Britain’s changing diet. (Thanks, Morgan!)
Breastfeeding is a feminist issue.
The unrelenting cruelty of the meat industry.
Why we should all cook.
The extraordinary career of Mary Sia.
The fridge and the human food chain.
John F. Kennedy warns Americans that they’re getting fat.
Americans throw away nearly half their food.
Reading cookbooks as life stories.
The politics of food guides in Canada.
A poster campaign to encourage people to eat local. (With thanks to David Worth.)
The return of wonky fruit and vegetables.
An interview with Thumi Gogela.
Diana Vreeland’s lunch instructions.
The campaign to end brunch.
A farm in a truck.
A shop in Japan which only sells plastic food.
A comprehensive guide to coffee.
Robots making noodles.
A history of the power lunch.
Underground restaurants don’t get more underground than this: a Finnish restaurant in a mine.
A typewriter cake.
I wept with laughter over this: cake in Belgium.
An A to Z of writers and food.
Will Self eats in Wigan.
The Cookie Monster‘s recipe for cookies.
Ten tips for styling and photographing food.
Chicken and waffle cupcakes.
Some amazing cake art.
A new way of separating eggs.
The discovery of salad.
Eight weird food museums.
Is Swedish Chef, Norwegian?
These are thanks to my eagle-eyed mum:
Where can’t you buy Coke?
Roman mosaics of food and eating.
Cooking in the Boundary Estate.