Cocktail-inspired yogurt, a brief history of scurvy, and baby-dolphin-eating celebrities.
The problem with food authenticity, food theme parks, and how to eat your Christmas tree.
Post-Brexit food woes, rat-eating monkeys, and historical delicacies you’d never want to try.
The first vegan nutrition center, lettuce grown underground, and goose jerky made above.
Railroad dining car menus of yore, the year's best cookbooks and food writing, and food-insecure students.
Blackout food spoilage, the delights of snacking, and the perils of a Trader Joe's parking lot.
Remembrances of tastes past, the virtues of nutrient particles, and reclaiming food sovereignty with acorns.
Fungal steaks, frozen food, and toddlers hooked on junk food.
The perils of food delivery, the food supply chain mapped, and an in-flight meal hall of shame.
Taste-based labeling, ghost kitchens, and microplastic in our food.
Guinea pig ice cream, the origins of bacon for breakfast, and the return of scurvy.
De-stigmatizing the right to food, eating the whole buffalo fish, and learning to love ugly produce.
Munching on sea urchins, reducing food waste in favelas, and making the case for farming.
Cancer-fighting fungi, food hacks gone wrong, and high cholesterol in fast-food-eating crows.
The virtues of offal, vegan dogs, and freeing yourself from consumerism through dumpster diving.
The coming banana apocalypse, exploitative food delivery apps, and cheese made from celeb bacteria -- all in this week's linkpile.