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Food Links, 16.01.2013

A world map of organic agriculture.

How to make farming more sustainable in India.

The incredible value of Meals on Wheels.

Americans are drinking less milk.

The problem with taking dietary supplements.

Foods with the greatest pesticide residue.

How much should bread cost?

The astonishing amount of food wasted by Americans.

Cooking like a man.

A brief history of ersatz ingredients.

Drink as much coffee as you like.

In pursuit of snackability.

Sausage and haddock. (Thanks, Mum!)

South Africa’s Come Dine with Me as a form of social commentary.

Fuchsia Dunlop’s guide to the food of Taipei.

Novelists who’ve sobered up.

Celebrations at the end of Prohibition in the US.

Why drinking tea was once considered a reckless pursuit for women.

Havana‘s new restaurant scene. (Thanks, Ricardo!)

A review of the French version of Great British Bake Off.

Apples as art.

Öküzgözü. Boğazkere. Xynomavro. Zalagyöngye.

The Pudding Club.

Why grapefruit is appalling. And why it’s amazing.

A newish way of cooking pasta.

How to make your own extracts.

On Lesley Blanch’s Around the World in Eighty Dishes.

Brock Davis’s food art.

Marks and Spencer’s Head of Cake.

Fifteen revolting recipes.

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Thank you very much for including a link to my blog. I think you would enjoy the cookbook (and blog) Herbivoracious, where I got the recipe. Coincidentally, I spent a week touring South Africa’s wine country in 2008 and also have a MA in History. So I really look forward to keeping up with your blog and your writing.

    January 17, 2013
    • Oh you’re welcome! I’m actually from the winelands – I grew up there – and your comment reminds me that I do really need to write about wine.

      January 17, 2013
  2. I think you meant 16-01-2013. I love these link lists you do, BTW.

    January 20, 2013
    • Oh whoops – thanks! Glad you like them too.

      January 21, 2013

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