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Food Sites for August 2012

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Edge of a wheat field. Tompkins County, NY


It's not quite August yet, but it feels like it's been August for months. If this is what global warming is about, I don't much care for it. A couple of scoops of gelato -- perhaps peach and hazelnut -- however, might make all the difference.

Regular subscribers to our updates newsletter receive these updates from our blog, Just Served, directly -- but there is much more at the blog that isn't sent automatically. Just Served dishes out more than reasonable people want to chew -- but, if you're feeling particularly unreasonable, and don't want to wait for these newsletters, you can follow us on Facebook, or Twitter. Our Facebook and Twitter friends already know about our recent blogpost, "Dream Dish" in which we speculate on the taste of things not tasted in our adolescence. In the event that you crave more of our stuff, there's a kind of index -- of bits and pieces of it lodged into odd corners, all over the web – at A Quiet Little Table in the Corner.

Leitesculinaria has reposted several of our articles (the entire list is available here, along with several more noteworthy pieces on food history & science.

This month's quotation from On the Table's culinary quote pages --

If your regrets linger, if you cannot find inspiration in solitude, then you still have much to learn from the writers and poets and the cooks on becoming the artist of your own life... you can never re-create the past. But you can shape your own future. And you can make a cake. Jacqueline Duval

Gary
August, 2012


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----the new sites----

(descriptions from the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy; in PDF format)

(a handbill in the collection of the British Museum)

(an opinion piece, in The Wall Street Journal, on self-righteousness and the interdependence of meat and vegetable agriculture)

(over 20 different online radio programs about food, with podcasts of prior shows)

(an article in Smithsonian magazine, by Jerry Adler and Andrew Lawler, on the cultural, agricultural, historical, and gastronomical aspects of the original white meat)

(Lexi Dwyer's article, at Gourmet Live, on dishes to avoid on date night)

(informative, and well-illustrated, article from The Smithsonian)

(a report from the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior)

(Edwin Chen uses new technologies to re-vamp some classic maps of linguistic geography)

(Bob Nickas' article, in Slate, on Andy Warhol and food)

(Virginia Willis leafs through part of Anne Willan's and Mark Cherniavsky's collection of rare cookbooks, the basis for The Cookbook Library: Four Centuries of the Cooks, Writers, and Recipes that Made the Modern Cookbook)

(The Columbia Review's Editor in Chief, Jason Bell, tells the tale of a famous sandwich -- which, as you'll discover in the article, I am unlikely ever to taste)


-- inspirational (or not) sites for writers/bloggers --







----yet more blogs----





----that's all for now----

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"The Resource Guide for Food Writers, Update #142" is protected by copyright, and is provided at no cost, for your personal use only. It may not be copied or retransmitted unless this notice remains affixed. Any other form of republication -- unless with the author's prior written permission -- is strictly prohibited.

Copyright (c) 2012 by Gary Allen.





2 Comments:

Blogger CJ - Food Stories said...

Enjoyed your links this month :-)

August 15, 2012 at 10:27 AM  
Blogger Ji Yeon said...

Great post, Thanks for sharing!

Võng điện tự động hay vong dua em be hay võng điện cho bé giúp bé ngủ ngon mà may ru vong tu dong không tốn sức ru võng. Võng tự động hay vong ru tu dong cho be chắc chắn, gọn gàng, dễ tháo xếp, dễ di chuyển và may dua vong tu dong dễ dàng bảo quản.
Chia sẻ các bạn giải mã giấc mơ rụng răng hay có nên dùng phấn rôm cho trẻ sơ sinh khong hay bà bầu có nên ăn thịt chó hay trứng ngỗng cho bà bầu hay giải mã giấc mơ thấy người chết hay cách chống nắng bằng trà xanh hay Collagen trị mụn được không hay chữa mất ngủ bằng gừng đơn giản, bí quyết làm trắng da bằng cà phê và dầu dừa hay giảm cân nhanh bằng gạo lứt hq hay mẹo giúp tăng cường trí nhớ hiệu quả, những thực phẩm giúp cải thiện trí nhớ hiệu quả, hay bệnh viêm khớp không nên ăn gì hay mẹo giúp giảm độ cận thị cho bạn, bí quyết chống nắng với cà chua cực hiệu quả, cách giúp bé ngủ ngon giấcthực phẩm giúp bé ngủ ngon mẹ nên biết, chia sẻ cách làm trắng da toàn thân bằng thực phẩm, những món ăn chữa bệnh mất ngủ hiệu quả.
Thực phẩm làm tăng tại http://thucphamlamtang.blogspot.com/
Những thực phẩm giúp làm giảm tại http://thucphamlamgiam.blogspot.com/
Những thực phẩm tốt cho tại http://thucphamtotcho.blogspot.com/
Những thực phẩm tốt cho da tại http://thucphamtotchoda.blogspot.com/
Chăm sóc da mặt ở http://chamsocdamato.blogspot.com/

August 3, 2015 at 4:53 AM  

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