Food Links, 19.09.2012
The massive and widespread corruption preventing the poor from getting fed in India.
The growth in demand for food banks in Britain.
A victory for the Fair Food Programme.
How nutritious are organic products?
Barclays makes £500 million betting on the food crisis.
Mormon food culture and understanding Mitt Romney.
Regulations do change eating behaviour.
A blog which fact-checks Michael Pollan.
What scientists eat in Antarctica. (Thanks, Lize-Marie!)
The tawdry medical history of soft drinks.
Chicago’s urban orchards.
Kimchi and illustration.
The People’s Free Food Programme.
Ale to the Chief.
Severely calorie-restricted diets don’t prolong life. And what it’s like to exist on such a diet.
The last fish porters of Billingsgate Market.
McDonald’s opens its first vegetarian outlet.
An interview with Yotam Ottolenghi.
When did cooking become so pretentious?
Unravelling the mystery of a lost ravioli recipe.
How to save money at lunchtime.
Microwaves in restaurants.
The return of lard?
Haggis, hipster food of choice in Bangkok.
Marina O’Loughlin on restaurants.
Isle of Wight tomatoes.
How to write with chocolate.
Why bacon mania has gone too far.
The best pastry shops in Paris.
Bubble tea may be carcinogenic.
Two books on dinner.