Pyttipanna (Links for the Week of November 17)

Pyttipanna: Swedish for “small pieces in a pan.”

  • When it comes to knowing when to say when in this season of feasting, scientists recommend that you listen to your gut
  • Young members of NoCal indigenous tribes look to the humble acorn for food sovereignty—and a business opportunity
  • Visions of the coming biodiversity-straitened decade’s cuisine, brought to you by some popular NYC chefs
  • The turkey–sleepiness connection debunked
  • “To go” now the only option at many familiar NYC eateries as food-delivery trend intensifies
  • A recent study’s findings suggest that you should ditch supplements for “tiny nutrient particles
  • Minneapolis baker-turned-poet pens new collection containing works that take swipes at ICE
  • Hydroponic “food computers” donated by MIT to Syrian refugees turned out not to work
  • Contrary to the whole “hangry” thing, empty bellies fill people with a spirit of helpfulness and cooperation, study finds
  • Du côté de chez Mom: The “Archaelogy of Taste” project seeks to prompt Proustian remembrances in all of us

I’m always taking suggestions for food-related articles, projects, thought experiments to feature. Send them to @AusterityKitchn, and let me know how you would like to be credited.