Food Links, 14.11.2012
The political implications of food shortages.
Cargill’s profits are up 300%.
It’s time to rethink our food system.
Can only organic farming feed the world?
Can Britain farm itself?
Global wheat and maize stocks are set to fall next year.
Rising food prices are changing shopping habits.
How not to feed the world.
Mark Bittman’s dream food label.
On healthy school meals: rejected by pupils, and far too good. (Thanks Lindie and Lize-Marie!)
Sustainable food in hospitals.
There’s a shortage of yams in Lagos.
Literature and carbohydrates.
The most astonishing interview with Christopher Kimball of Cook’s Illustrated.
The long history of chicken soup.
Favourite meals of famous writers.
AA Gill is magnificent on the Michelin guide. (Thanks, Jane-Anne!)
Five steps to teetotalitariansim.
A cultural history of the whisk.
How good are Heston Blumenthal’s ready meals?
Flying frozen chicken.
What to eat on the frozen tundra.
Sylvia Plath’s recipe for tomato soup cake.
How to cope with the bacon shortage.
Where to find truffles in England.
Bizarre new flavours for Pringles.
Japanese chewing gum wrappers.
The legend of the potato king.
Jean-Christophe Novelli goes after Nigella Lawson.
It’s time for the spaghetti harvest.
These are courtesy of my Mum:
Outrage about the exclusion of pizzerias in Naples from Italy’s most influential food guide.
General Tso’s chicken by Fuchsia Dunlop.