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Food Links, 01.05.2013

Ending obesity means addressing poverty as well.

More money is needed for nutrition aid.

Eat red meat rather than processed meat.

Is hunger the real reason for the North Korea crisis?

Why modern chicken tastes of nothing.

The non-degrading McDonald’s burger.

The reason for the collapse of the soda ban in New York.

Mark Lynas on GM food.

The GM salmon farms of … Panama.

How much people in different countries spend on food.

Tesco buys Giraffe.

The poor treatment of waiters and waitresses.

A map of food deserts in the US.

How bad is steak for you?

Why meat was political in Poland in the 1980s and 1990s.

The Paleo Diet is nonsense.

The prosperity burger.

The rising popularity of hummus in the US.

Europe’s surprisingly long history of cannibalism.

Close reading a slogan for crisps.

The edible spoon.

A day in the life of Alidoro’s, a deli in New York.

Supper on the farm, in Sicily.

A colour guide to beers.

The vertical kitchen.

How to reverse engineer the McDonald’s Fillet-o-Fish.

Douglas Adams on cookies.

The nanobrewery.

Animals eating doughnuts.

Memorable meals, in chronological orders.

Pantone food pairings.

Mean cuisine.

Save the world – don’t use chopsticks.

A world map of flavours.

Fourteen taco recipes.

Fifty favourite food things from the Observer.

Illustrated chickpeas.

The story behind Sriracha.

A portable watermelon fridge.

Weird wine pairings.

Why cannibalism was a sensible choice.

Peanut butter soup from Ghana.

Food Links, 16.01.2013

A world map of organic agriculture.

How to make farming more sustainable in India.

The incredible value of Meals on Wheels.

Americans are drinking less milk.

The problem with taking dietary supplements.

Foods with the greatest pesticide residue.

How much should bread cost?

The astonishing amount of food wasted by Americans.

Cooking like a man.

A brief history of ersatz ingredients.

Drink as much coffee as you like.

In pursuit of snackability.

Sausage and haddock. (Thanks, Mum!)

South Africa’s Come Dine with Me as a form of social commentary.

Fuchsia Dunlop’s guide to the food of Taipei.

Novelists who’ve sobered up.

Celebrations at the end of Prohibition in the US.

Why drinking tea was once considered a reckless pursuit for women.

Havana‘s new restaurant scene. (Thanks, Ricardo!)

A review of the French version of Great British Bake Off.

Apples as art.

Öküzgözü. Boğazkere. Xynomavro. Zalagyöngye.

The Pudding Club.

Why grapefruit is appalling. And why it’s amazing.

A newish way of cooking pasta.

How to make your own extracts.

On Lesley Blanch’s Around the World in Eighty Dishes.

Brock Davis’s food art.

Marks and Spencer’s Head of Cake.

Fifteen revolting recipes.

Food Links, 21.11.2012

The lawyers who took on Big Tobacco take on Big Food.

Britain’s nutrition recession.

Pesticides are killing bumblebees.

Obama did best in those states which watch Top Chef.

Improving Kenyan children’s access to good nutrition.

The implications of buying more food from China.

Apple and pear farmers face increasing challenges in Britain.

The myth of breakfast, lunch, and dinner. (Thanks, Lindie and Milli!)

The success of roof-top gardening in Mexico City.

How to eat like the president of the US.

The history of the jaffa orange.

The Twinkie: can it survive? And what are the alternatives?

The New Yorker takes on THAT review of Guy’s American Kitchen in Times Square.

Trish Deseine is excellent on chefs’ egos and why we should eat real.

Why we don’t have to drink eight glasses of water a day.

There are growing tensions around keeping chickens in Brooklyn.

The link between cooking and the evolution of the human brain.

Tan Twan Eng on street food in Penang.

This is incredible: sushi chefs battle sea monsters.

A cultural history of the spoon.

In praise of the English apple.

On Denis Papin.

What to do if your jam doesn’t set.

Nelson Mandela‘s favourite food.

Amazing anatomically-correct cakes.

When is a food truck more than a food truck?

The London restaurant Tube map.

Food-based idioms.

The history of toad-in-the-hole. (Thanks, Deva!)

A cheeseburger made out of leaves.

Fifty Shades of Chicken. (Thanks, Justin!)

Teabag tags.

An attempt to make cinnamon buns.

The chemistry behind food pairings. (Thanks, Raffaella!)

Stop de-seeding tomatoes.

Five $10 dinners.

Which are the best gins?

Cakes throughout American history.

Rothko paintings recreated with rice.

Exploding fraudulent ketchup.

Old Finnish drink labels.

Are food bloggers pushovers?

Are there any decent substitutes for truffles?

The slow spread of Vegemite.

These are courtesy of my mum:

An ancient recipe.

Is the food movement real?

The dinners of old London.

How are hot dogs made?

Toothbutter.

The vast scale of counterfeit food in Italy.

Forensic scientists battle food fraud.