Food Links, 30.07.2013
- ‘Locals have started calling the storms by their Arabic name, haboobs – presumably a nomenclature brought back by returning Iraq War veterans.’
- What it’s like to live on McDonald’s wages. And the scandal of McDonald’s suggested budget for its employees.
- Eating on £10 a week.
- Why the US must not scrap food stamps.
- The Gaza Kitchen.
- Soil tests are increasingly hard to come by in the US.
- The Cambodian villages destroyed by the sugar industry.
- Whole Foods vs Wal-Mart in the Bay Area.
- Can sustainable food feed the US?
- How climate change is transforming agriculture in Nepal.
- King Corn is eating up grassland in the US.
- An interview with Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi about their book Jerusalem.
- How common are double-yolkers?
- ‘The first hour of the fourth annual Cheesemonger Invitational was underway.’
- The design of The Breakfast Bible.
- The raisin seeder.
- Eating in São Paulo.
- On Mallorcas.
- Growing maize in Japan.
- Why do Twinkies last so long?
- Local ingredients, international dishes.
- Tea beer.
- The rising demand for camel milk.
- Paris is to get its first cat cafe.
- Are pay-what-you-like restaurants a good idea?
- A toast-themed bag.
- A profile of Alex Atala, Brazilian chef.
- A profile of Sanza Sandile, South African chef.
- ‘Kibbeh is the definitive Lebanese festive food.’
- Thomas Keller’s chicken brine.
- London’s best ice cream.
- Don’t drink and read.
- Elderflower cake.
- Make your own sodas.
- Weird flavours of ice cream.
- The Sandwich Book.
- Why do writers drink?
- ‘I keep wandering around New York City listening to “Papa Don’t Preach” to take my mind off my all-encompassing hunger‘.
- In praise of bread.
- Five novels about drinking.
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Lots of goodies here! I really enjoy these links every week.
Hurrah! So glad you do.
Ah thanks for including my double-yolkers piece in your ever-wonderful round-up!
You’re welcome! It’s a really fascinating piece.