What We’re Reading: Why Food Is Not Crack, Dominique Ansel Does It Again, and Bourdain’s Tumblr
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everything we love every week at The Kitchn, so we must resort to roundups. Here are ten of our editorial team’s favorite reads this past week — all things that made us laugh, made us hungry, or made us think.
- No, your favorite food is not like crack, so stop calling it that. – Faith
- The mad scientist behind the Cronut and Frozen S’more has created a new monster. – Ariel
- Maybe we can’t have it all, but we can still have cake. – Emma
- Bravo says its new reality show, Eat Drink Love, “crushes stereotypes associated with gender and youth,” but not everyone is buying it. – Anjali
- This salad. Oh my. – Cambria
Read on for five more great links for your weekend perusal.
- Gift alert! 10 go-to online shops for gorgeous kitchen goods. – Cambria
- Anthony Bourdain’s Tumblr: On the end of summer – Ariel
- Buying a locally-raised, locally-butchered whole pig? Not as glamorous as you might think. – Emma
- Is the New York Times Magazine food content too male-dominated? – Faith
- Was it one of those weeks? You need some adorable photos of babies eating lemons for the first time. – Anjali
What were your favorite food reads this week?
Originally published Sep 13, 2013