Food Links, 10.04.2013
The Food and Agriculture Organisation must do more to promote food as a basic human right.
The feminisation of farming.
Processed meat is really not good for you.
Coke – a global product.
Food security cannot be left to the private sector.
The sugar hiding in everyday foods.
A history of eating horsemeat.
The fashion for horsemeat in Paris.
The rise of roadkill cuisine.
Silk teabags are made out of…plastic.
A software engineer has created Soylent (not out of people, though).
Coca Cola, the ‘healthful‘ choice.
A history of food photography.
How food ages in tins.
Kafka’s mushroom and potato soup.
The twenty most important restaurants in the US.
London food bloggers’ favourite food in London.
Vexing: Francois Hollande’s camel was eaten, accidentally.
The Cookbook of Unknown Ladies
The comment section for every article ever written on food allergies.
An ambient coffee shop noise generator.
A history of the pestle and mortar.
The kitchens of Havana.
The return of lard and schmaltz.
The wild popularity of Nutella at Columbia University.
The joy of garlic.
The return of the Irish Lumper. (Thanks, Feargal!)
Someone has stolen rather a lot of Nutella.
Using an iron to make a toasted cheese sandwich.
Making bourbon in New York.
The importance of umami.
Helpful kitchen tips from 1915.
Odd food jobs in New York.
How to photograph a tossed salad.
It is the end times: the Milf Diet.
Appalling food ads.
Thanks – wonderful, as usual!
Hurrah! So glad you enjoyed them.