Food Links, 27.02.2013
India’s rice yields are up – why? And some reservations about the report.
Andrew Rugasira‘s Good African coffee company in Uganda, and the politics of aid.
Who owns the organic industry?
Goat, donkey, and water buffalo meat have been found in South African meat products.
Jay Rayner on the thuggish power of British supermarkets.
Most people who think they’re gluten intolerant, aren’t.
Is the ready meal part of Britain’s culinary heritage?
The Food Standards Authority has not authority.
A horsemeat burger comes second in a blind taste test.
Create – a restaurant praised for being an example of David Cameron’s ‘big society’ – closes down.
The gluten-free fad.
The Lunch Lady of Ho Chi Minh City.
Below the covers of recipe books.
The San Francisco Chronicle‘s war on bad coffee.
Grandmothers from around the world share their favourite recipes.
Beans from the sixteenth century have been found in the Vatican.
The world’s earliest written recipe?
Jim Crace digests Paul Hollywood’s Bread.
The opening of a branch of Krispy Kreme causes havoc in Edinburgh.
Some coffee contains more caffeine than energy drinks.
Eating in Istanbul.
This is the end times: the Jimmy Choo cup holder.
The surprising usefulness of emu oil.
Dumplings from around the world.
Chocolate and wine…in one bottle. Urgh.
Food additives are not all bad.
Why you shouldn’t store ammunition in an oven.
Ice cream-shaped pom poms.
Breakfast recipes from the Smitten Kitchen.
The Levinsky Market in Tel Aviv.
Why do Americans eat pancakes for breakfast?
Ben and Jerry’s has a graveyard for discontinued flavours.
A 1938 advertisement for Ovaltine.
Hitler’s food taster give an interview.