Food Links, 06.03.2013
The crime syndicates illegally importing meat into South Africa.
Why it’s difficult to eat well on a tight budget.
Eating for a week on a food stamp budget.
The rising cost of pistachios in Iran.
An interesting new study on malnutrition, diet, and microbes.
What it’s like to work at Applebee’s.
An interview with the CEO of Whole Foods.
How cocaine was removed from soft drinks.
Such a lovely charity: Free Cakes for Kids.
School lunches in Japan.
McDonald’s all over the world.
Vegetarians suffer from lower rates of heart disease than meat eaters.
The meaning of breakfast.
MacMunch – apartheid South Africa’s McDonald’s.
Lunch with Ed Balls.
Fikile Mbalula praises his wife’s meatloaf…
How to write a good recipe for muffins.
Sales of Nutella are improving.
Now’s the time to buy El Bulli’s wine cellar.
A recipe for mushroom and taleggio pie.
Eating in Naples.
In case of fryer.
The best recipes for milk tart.
Build your ice box.
Recipes for stew.
Looking for a supper club?
Thoughts on South African restaurants.
Seventeenth-century food markets.
Cooking with snow.
Taiwan’s Barbie-themed restaurant.
Haggis is eaten all over the world.
What is a flat white?
Photographs of vegetarian street food in Shanghai.
Jay Rayner on why he hates dishwashers.
Where to eat ramen in Toronto.
The future of the Jewish deli.
Virginia Woolf‘s recipe for bread.
Kama Sutra cookie cutters.
I utterly love the last tagline: ‘Barbie, snow, muffins, Ed Balls, Macmunch’. A short story in itself.
Ha! Yes, indeed. It does.