Food Links, 07.11.2012
Well America, you had us worried for a moment.
What hurricane Sandy tells us about New York’s food supply chain.
New York’s chefs helping with the Sandy clean-up.
The implications of Sandy for New York’s bees.
Why food trucks won’t be a novelty after Sandy.
Lester Brown on food inflation.
The state of the world’s harvests.
Land grabs are endangering food production.
Is this the year that the US food movement finally enters politics?
We’re facing rising food prices.
The French right wing hijacks the pain au chocolat.
The relationship between coffee shops, gentrification, and crime (pdf).
Evaluating Michelle Obama’s anti-obesity campaign.
Michael Pollan on corn.
Sectarian traybacks in Belfast.
The strange persistence of the First Lady Bake-Off.
The doorless fridge.
Mary Berry biting into things.
The science of the souffle.
The fifteen professions that drink the most coffee.
Elif Batuman on Çiya Sofrasi in Istanbul.
How to crack black peppercorns.
In praise of the prickly pear.
Can you get thrown out of an all-you-can-eat buffet?
Reviews of new food.
The most beautiful coffee shops.
Behind the wine label.
The strange history of the spork.
The link between chocolate consumption and Nobel laureates.
Beautiful paintings of food at the Bowes Museum.
The Middle Class Handbook on flat peaches.
The strange variety of McDonald’s meals.
Why drinking liquid nitrogen cocktails is a very, very bad idea.
Feathers fly in the South African fried chicken industry.
How to introduce a two year-old to Malaysian street food.
A nifty idea for storing fresh herbs.
A man makes beer from yeast found…in his beard.
To peel, or not to peel?
These are courtesy of my mum:
The fortified food conundrum in Afghanistan.
A coffee cup in the shape of a bird.
Japan’s themed cafes.
How to flip food in a pan.
Eight paintings of ham.
The search for authenticity is futile.