Food Links, 30.01.2013
How fair is Fair Trade coffee?
The link between Africa’s portrayal abroad and raising money for food aid.
The milk cliff.
The Indian cow is almost extinct.
Have we reached peak farmland? And a rebuttal.
The FDA has approved genetically-modified salmon.
School lunches are taken seriously in Japan.
The scandal of low pay in restaurants.
Big Food’s big salt experiment.
A tribute to the great Katie Stewart.
Should welfare beneficiaries be banned from drinking Coke?
Ignore sell-by dates.
A short history of gin.
Food dyes, and what is good and bad to eat.
The museum of SPAM.
How to slice bagels.
Where to find the best jerk chicken in Toronto.
The absence of obesity in contemporary fiction.
The resurgence of interest in rye whiskey.
Outrageous lies about celery.
Japan’s B-class gourmets (thanks, Mum!).
A recipe for skordalia.
There’s no shame in using shortcuts when cooking.
Umami for vegetarians.
How a Chinese chef saved a restaurant in New Jersey.
An indictment of food TV.
The implications of climate change on the truffle industry.