Food News Friday, November 1

Food News

Sriracha factory can stay open for now, judge rules – LA Times
Kraft to remove artificial dyes from mac and cheese varieties – Guardian
Eat meat? Prepare to pay up – MarketWatch
Chef to French presidents hangs up his apron – Global Post
Deep cuts to country’s food stamp program start today – Fox News

Food for Thought

Southern Food, Centerstage – Outside Magazine
Which Is More Evil: Coke or Pepsi? – Mother Jones
Dead meat: how to raise livestock in a post-antibiotic era – The Verge
The Best Time Of Day To Drink Coffee – Fast Company
What It’s Like To Sneak Across the Border To Harvest Food – Mother Jones
Video: How a convicted mobster became a restaurateur (video) – Globe and Mail


Best of the Blogs

Macaroni and Cheese – David Lebovitz
Delicata Squash Recipes – 101 Cookbooks
Apple Pie Bruschetta – The Fitchen
Creamy leek and parsley pasta – Amuse Your Bouche
Behold the Butternut: Inspiration for Autumn Scratch Suppers – Jane Lear


Wine and Spirits

What Are You Drinking, Kermit Lynch? – Serious Eats
Fierce Bidding For Brangelina Barrel – Wine Searcher
Click and clink: Amazon selling wine in China – China Daily
Cue the bogeyman: world wine shortage! – Dr. Vino
California 2013 vintage set to equal heights of 2012 – Decanter


The Business of Food

McDonald’s bagged coffee to be available in stores next year – LA Times
Waitress fired after branding vegan diner a ‘pussy’ on bill – Daily Record
Food fight: Amazon to take on Canadian grocery stores – CTV


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One Response to “Food News Friday, November 1”
  1. Thanks for featuring my creamy leek and parsley pasta! :)

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