Food Links, 31.12.2014
- ‘millions of the poorest Britons are struggling to get sufficient calories to maintain their body weight for the first time since the Second World War’.
- Using cellphone data to track food consumption.
- Rising temperatures are changing the fish available in Britain’s waters.
- Food stamps are big business.
- China’s flying pig market.
- Survivor stock bees.
- The politics of drinking water.
- A hospital in France opens a wine bar.
- Thai hospital food.
- The London gentrification pub crawl.
- Concept restaurants do not foster sustainable cities.
- Become a vegetarian and save the world.
- Is organic food really healthier than non-organic?
- McDonald’s opens a hipster cafe in Sydney.
- Japan’s chip shortage has ended.
- ‘Kenyans’ appetite for fried food and cheap frying oil is stalling the country’s urgent efforts to build a modern electrical grid’.
- Community, not guerrilla, gardening. (Thanks, mum!)
- Mrs Gorbachev gives Mrs Thatcher five hundred recipes for potatoes.
- Suspended coffee.
- 3D printed food.
- How to translate a recipe: parts one and two.
- Nut butters.
- Food trends to end.
- Pairing sake with western cuisines.
- An anthropologist on food porn.
- A restaurant offering discounts for prayers.
- A guide to kitchen knives.
- Cooking with weed.
- Baking with vegetables.
- Women’s growing enthusiasm for whisky.
- The Eiffel Tower as a unit of measurement for cheese.
- Shameeg Fagodien, Camps Bay ice cream seller.
- The Wonder Bag.
- Danny Bowien reopens Mission Chinese Food.
- How to make marshmallow fluff.
- How to make hard ginger beer.
- How to make gin and tonic.
- How to reheat pizza.
- How to prevent freezer burn.
- How to have a healthy hangover.
- Eat more squirrel.
- Adding air to food.
- Tolstoy’s macaroni cheese.
- Foraging on the Oregon coast.
- Kant was wrong about food.
- Authors drinking.
- Eating in restaurants in the US in the 1840s.
- Best vegetarian recipe books.
- Birch beer.
- Christopher Hitchens on drinking.
- Drink more Moldovan wine.
- Scientific cures for hangovers.
- Thomas Pynchon’s recipe for the first British pizza.
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I love the name of your blog 🙂
Thank you! Same to you 🙂
I’m so glad we don’t have any opportunity to eat more squirrel in Australia. Happy New Year!
I was thinking the same! Happy new year to you too.