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Food Links, 30.07.2014

  • Rooibos tea has won geographic indicator status from the EU.
  • A food contamination scandal in China spreads abroad.
  • Restaurant workers’ wages are stagnating.
  • Stop telling women what to eat.
  • Britain’s contaminated chicken scandal.
  • The threat to Market Basket.
  • Refrigeration, dumplings, and climate change.
  • Is there such a thing as sustainable corn?
  • Two thirds of Americans are avoiding fizzy drinks.
  • Tesco and Tony Blair.
  • The all-mackerel diet.
  • Which meat should we eat?
  • Farm to counter.
  • Why is Nando’s so popular in the UK?
  • Recipes for a summer party.
  • Mustafa’s Sweet Dreams.
  • A nineteenth-century breast pump.
  • The burger joint name generator.
  • Whiskies from around the world.
  • Glass loaves.
  • London’s best park cafes.
  • Ending an addiction to Diet Coke.
  • Wole Soyinka on bread in Paris.
  • The difference between sorbet and sherbet.
  • The state of soul food.
  • Everything you need to open a hipster bar.
  • Where to eat in Boston.
  • New York’s 1859 Piggery War.
  • What a trendy restaurant looks like.
  • How restaurants increase sales in summer.
  • Lady at her breakfast.
  • Food not to throw away.
  • A guide to New York’s dive bars.
  • How to cook a basic pot of rice.
  • Things to know about spatulas and wooden spoons.
  • ‘Coconut water went from local skirmish to beverage fame despite what might seem like a major impediment: its flavour.’
  • Heirloom or hybrid?
  • Simpsons-themed wine bottles.
  • Spotting food trends.
  • Joan Didion on Martha Stewart.
  • What is so delightful about tiny food?
  • Cooking with olive oil.
  • Fat & Furious Burger
  • Oak brewed tea.
  • A celebration of ice cream.
  • Pineapple flowers.
  • A Roman nut tart.
4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Sara Davis #

    Thanks for the link!

    July 30, 2014
  2. I’ve never noticed the ‘Midas touch’ waiter thing — can that be done without being creepy? Hmmm. Great links as usual!

    July 31, 2014
    • I agree – seems like rather an unpleasant strategy to me. Glad you like the links! -Sarah

      July 31, 2014

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