Food Links, 18.01.2012
Why pupils at a Los Angeles rejected new, healthy school dinners.
Three utopian feasts at the School of Life.
America: the land of the free and the hungry.
Food trends that fizzled out. (I’m particularly sorry about Mupcakes.)
Bizarre: a Russian ad for Burger King.
The history of the Chinese take-away container.
A taxonomy of bread in New York.
The guerilla grafters.
Hmmm…. I’m not all that sure about this, but it’s interesting: the difference between ‘Western’ and ‘Asian’ food flavours.
Slow Food USA appears to have gone into meltdown. (Unsurprisingly: it’s based on an entirely misguided set of principles.)
Occupy the food system.
The making of Italian American cuisine. (Thanks, Mum!)
On the mallow plant.
Are supper clubs the future of the restaurant?
The shady world of sugar substitutes.
Paintings made out of spices and salt.
Kitchens from the 1950s.
January is be kind to food servers month.
The ten best non-burger fast food dishes.
The Philosophy of Food Project.
Tips for freezing stock.
In search of the endangered Melipona beecheii bee.
Introducing LUPEC, Ladies United for Preservation of Endangered Cocktails.
The most dangerous tea in the world.
This is really, really good: testing the belief that McDonald’s burgers don’t rot.
A toaster made from cinderblock.