Food on the Internet

May 2014

Ryce Puddings in Scoured Guts Someone Ate This A recipe for some highly destructive Georgian sugar-plums Why Don’t We Eat Swans Anymore? An Inconvenient Truth About Our Food Antiquarian Cookbooks: A List for Hipsters Drinking the Raj Fat-free chocolate and absolutely no smoking: why our guilt about consumption is all-consuming Shakespeare’s forgotten foods What Ridiculous Food […]

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Food on the Internet

April 2014

Stranger Shaming: How one public meal got me 12,000 online haters 1740: Test a corpse by stuffing garlic up its nose SNICKERS MOCKS THE IDEA THAT MEN CAN RESPECT WOMEN Peas in a Pod The Return of Home Economics  Bronte birthplace becomes cafe Collecting Food ‘Women Who Eat On Tubes’ sticks in my throat Food, […]

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Food on the Internet

March 2014

John Yudkin: the man who tried to warn us about sugar Pizza Hut’s 2,880-calorie monster: a taste of a burgeoning global food crisis What we really like to eat when no one is looking Parsley – The Herb of Death Cooking Art History: The Victorian Appetite Food FOUR Art: AVM Curiosities  Custard Pots Marmalade Degeneration, Decadence […]

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Food on the Internet

February 2014

Dish by Dish, Art of Last Meals Gendered food categories: Mythology, Men and Meat Fake-food scandal revealed as tests show third of products mislabelled African-American cookbooks open window to the past How to cook an 18th Century ‘prison pie’ In South Korea, Spam Is the Stuff Gifts Are Made Of 21 Strange Food Deaths Through […]

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