February has landed and so too has Foodie Roundup #1905.
Seen as I’m up and about early of a Sunday morning, here’s the early edition of this week’s Foodie Roundup.
Foodie Roundup #1905: To Sunday 3 January 2019
- Ariel Knobel at Forbes ponders on whether a universal healthy label could help you make better food choices.
- Pablo Escobar gets name-checked in the Fyre documentary on Netflix. Alistair Mason via the Indo spots that Pablo Escoburgers in Australia introduced a burger with ‘cartel secret sauce’, a rolled up bank note and a fake line of cocaine. Too much?
- Tomé Morrissy-Swan at the Telegraph loves breakfast – but is it actually the most important meal of the day?
- Argiland have a piece by Caroline Allen on a new food technology and business degree at Athlone IT.
- From the food pyramid to what’s on your plate, Marie Clare Digby’s piece in the Irish Times checks in on the ideal diet.
- Via the Independent, John von Radowitz follows a report suggesting heavy drinking can alter DNA in ways that increase the desire for alcohol.
- If you like your coffee ‘far out’ – how about beans roasted in space?
- It happened with Supermacs and McDonald’s, now Cadbury and Nestle are going at it over the colour purple.
- A white bread sandwich in the belly is better than a vegan curry in the bin, when it comes to a child’s lunch, writes Mary McCarthy in The Journal.
- If you fancy a trip to the UK this month there’s a new two-day cheese festival in Manchester over Valentine’s weekend.