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Food Links, 07.01.2015

  • The only way to improve health overall is to eradicate poverty.
  • Diet fizzy drinks may increase calorie intake.
  • Against fetishising home-cooked meals.
  • Flying pigs in China.
  • Britain’s bumper cherry crop.
  • Why is brisket so expensive in the US?
  • The EU’s Ecodesign directive and drinking coffee.
  • Italy’s small food producers are struggling.
  • ‘Any diet that suggests cutting out food groups or components of food – such as gluten or actual solids – for the purpose of losing weight is, unless prescribed by an actual doctor, absolute nonsense.’
  • A mushroom that eats plastic.
  • Houses out of rice.
  • Aldi arrives in the US.
  • ‘Now, we will eat knowledge.’
  • The soup kitchen’s piano players.
  • A history of nutrition guidelines through butter.
  • Farm food is not necessarily fresh food.
  • The end of brown sauce?
  • Beef tongue is big in Japan.
  • Giving up fine dining.
  • The French Laundry and Thomas Jefferson.
  • What to eat in Melbourne.
  • How to toast marshmallows over an active volcano.
  • How to use up leftover egg yolks.
  • How to brew coffee at home.
  • Rethinking familiar ingredients.
  • Popsicle cakes.
  • What to do with kohlrabi.
  • Indian spices in colonial America.
  • Damson and gin sorbet.
  • The joy of boiled eggs.
  • Georgians and hot chocolate.
  • What’s Cooking at Columbia.
  • The bulletproof coffee diet.
  • An egg marking attachment for hens. (Thanks, mum!)
  • A guide to grapefruit.
  • A history of New York subway vending machines.
  • The difference between stock and broth.
  • Britain’s best breakfasts.
  • ‘My pressing concern was not what it tasted like, but how to get it out of my mouth.’
  • Recreating ancient drinks.
  • Selections from the files of a shuttered community hospital or copy from a farm-to-table restaurant menu?
4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Fascinating, as always!

    January 8, 2015
  2. oh gosh, thank you so much for adding me to your links! 🙂 Made my day!

    January 8, 2015
    • Pleasure! I’ve so been enjoying your blog 🙂
      -Sarah

      January 8, 2015

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