Food Links, 28.01.2015
- How Peter Magubane hid his camera in a loaf of bread.
- Race, class, and alcohol consumption.
- Factory farming causes air pollution.
- New York’s food sweatshops.
- A municipal boundary dispute and hunger.
- Whisky is the third biggest industry in Scotland, behind energy and financial services.
- South African Airways’s wine tenders may have been rigged.
- Using mosquito nets for fishing.
- South Africa’s looming water crisis.
- The uncertain future of Pacific sardines.
- The 2015 Big Mac index.
- The best pear.
- New York City’s last matzo factory is closing.
- The moonshine renaissance.
- Cooking while visually impaired in post-1945 America.
- Bermondsey’s phantom cheesecake deliverer.
- Fast food to fast casuals.
- Defending simple coffee.
- A coffee guide.
- A cultured meat primer.
- Fish without the fish.
- Hershey vs Cadbury.
- The Double Down Dog.
- The science of ramen noodles.
- Meeting Paris’s food producers.
- The North Carolina food sisterhood.
- Americans try haggis.
- The Vegetarian.
- Coconut oil is not a superfood.
- Eating breakfast from around the world in London.
- Unless otherwise specified.
- Umami and health.
- Lacing noodles with opiates in China.
- A guide to black pepper.
- The invention of instant ramen.
- Brewing beer using wild yeast.
- Afro-vegan cuisine.
- In praise of pigs in books.
- Ginger syrup.
- Raw cookie dough can be dangerous.
- Red blood cell cupcakes.
- Turner’s favourite tipple.
- Eating the world in Portland, Oregan. (Thanks, mum!)
- ‘the great Aussie pie lies at the foundation of the country’s economic health.’
- Try not to name your daughter Nutella.
- Jonathan Gold is no longer anonymous.
- Carrot top pesto.
- Clotted cream caramels.
- Texas chili.
- Make your own condiments.
- Best nachos.
- Vegan cheese.
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Thank you for the mention. A great collection of links, as usual. Always enjoy these! Re pepper, I don’t know if you’ve seen https://notjustdormice.wordpress.com/2015/01/28/picking-up-on-pepper-through-archaeobotany/
You’re welcome! So glad you you enjoy them. And thanks for that link – fascinating.
Hi Sarah, I just wanted to thank you for your fabulous links, they’ve given me more than a month of fascinating reading! The only problem is I still have your three link posts since then to get through 🙂
You’re so welcome 🙂