Food Links, 06.11.2013
- Is the tide of popular opinion turning against the use of antibiotics in agriculture in the US?
- Fewer bees means more expensive food.
- ‘More than 25 percent of the world’s agriculture is currently grown in highly water-stressed areas’.
- Why the Climate Corporation sold itself to Monsanto.
- Photographs of food and agriculture in Guatemala.
- KFC has left Syria.
- Why more biodiversity means better food security.
- Mushrooms are disappearing from the British countryside.
- The cashew nut industry needs better regulation.
- Resources for researching food history.
- ‘hard-pressed families faced with rising food prices have been scrambling to buy a shrinking amount of food on the cheap.’
- Is Mexican Coke about to disappear?
- What to eat in London.
- Food infographics.
- The rise and rise of Sriracha.
- There is no global wine shortage.
- Literary restaurants.
- ‘The Turks have a drink called coffa (for they use no wine), so named of a berry as black as soot, and as bitter’.
- Diet pills that are more appalling than usual.
- Breakfast in Japan.
- Tea blends inspired by literary classics.
- The return of filter coffee.
- Why can’t banking be more like baking?
- On Kasi-licious.
- Writers on beer.
- New Yorker covers of people dining out.
- How to classify pumpkins.
- What the world eats for breakfast.
- How to make artificial olives.
- Owl cafes.
- And London’s first cat cafe.
- Zadie Smith on ‘takeout’ and ‘takeaway’.
- Printing photos onto coffee.
- Make your own Sriracha.
- Recipe supplements.
- Breakfast with Lucian Freud.
- The man who did, and did not, invent the doner kebab.
- Bee Wilson discusses her potato masher.
- The pumpkin spice backlash.
- These are courtesy of my mum:
- The cereal with very unfortunate side-effects.
- On Soviet cooking.
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