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In the squeezing of a lemon

I shall be away for May: to London to present a seminar paper and to Montreal for a wedding. I shall return with news about poutine and maple sugar.

Although I shall see you, really, in the squeezing of a lemon, I leave you with this from Kinfolk:

And with these:

  • Food stamps are better than food banks.
  • ‘Greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture would be cut by 25-40% if Europeans cut their meat and dairy consumption by half’.
  • Shake Shack seems to be able to pay its employees a living wage.
  • What it’s like to be on food stamps.
  • ‘The global land grab is a phenomenon against which those whose land is being grabbed seem defenceless.’
  • Las Vegas is running out of water.
  • Fresh produce is at risk from climate change.
  • American apples have been banned in Europe.
  • Coffee beans are too expensive for Starbucks.
  • Childhood obesity in the US has not declined.
  • Beekeeping in the Rust Belt.
  • Are higher food prices better for our health?
  • Food blogging, hunger, moral outrage.
  • Saving rare species by not eating them.
  • The rise of dry bars in Britain.
  • More parents are making their own baby food.
  • Gender and food reviewing.
  • Coffee pods are very bad for the environment.
  • Why conch shells shrunk over time.
  • Spain was 2013’s top wine producer.
  • Going meat-free.
  • Eating out in Georgian London.
  • Rethinking advice about ‘healthy‘ food.
  • A Texas Republican spent more than $30,000 on ham and chocolate.
  • Cream cheese and bacon.
  • Where to eat in Queens, NYC.
  • How to prepare prawns.
  • Making the pastries in Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel.
  • Don’t put tomatoes in the fridge.
  • A beer map of the United States.
  • Restaurants that exist only in dreams.
  • From bean to chocolate bar.
  • Make your own curd cheese.
  • A guide to the hamburgers of New York.
  • Chocolate chip cookies weren’t invented by accident.
  • What do chefs cook at home?
  • A tribute to Clarissa Dickson-Wright.
  • Facts about hops.
  • What fruit and vegetables look like under an MRI scanner.
  • How to make alcoholic ginger beer.
  • A pop-up restaurant in Dakar.
  • Signs you need to leave after dinner.
  • How to make risotto.
  • Food photography.
  • The wonut.
  • America’s first cat cafe.
  • Steamed cupcakes.
  • Knitted food.
  • India’s first foods. (Thanks, mum!)
  • A poem about peaches, iced tea, and barbeque.
  • Eating ice cream with Jane Austen.
  • A vending machine instead of a supermarket.
  • Château le Grand Vostock.
  • A Kaseiki menu.

See you in June x

10 Comments Post a comment
  1. All the best !

    April 30, 2014
  2. ooh have a great time, I live in London so you will be a stones throw 🙂

    April 30, 2014
    • Thanks! I used to live in London. And it is probably my favourite place in the world. (Or maybe second to Hay-on-Wye.) -Sarah

      April 30, 2014
  3. Enjoy your travels. You’ve left us with plenty of interesting reading.

    April 30, 2014
  4. sarah, what a small world! you will be presenting at ihr. i am based at the institute of commonwealth studies which is on the floor below. do come and say hello! it’s mehrunnisa here.

    May 1, 2014

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