I tell you something for nothing – that week flew. So much so, it’s already time for Foodie Roundup #1912.
You can check out the archive for past roundups here, with today’s post bringing the story count to 120.
It’s a pretty late edition too.
Sunday morning kicked off with a trip to Toast of Thomastown (more on that during the week) followed by a stop off at the School of Food’s Street Food Festival.
So by the time I get home, get through a Sunday and get back to the papers, it’s nearly Monday.
But, before it’s too late, here’s Foodie Roundup #1912.
Foodie Roundup #1912 (to Sunday 24 March)
- Heading to Manchester any time soon? Have you heard of this secret restaurant that only seats six, and may require you to roll up your sleeves?
- I get the notion of “eating on the water” but what about eating under the water? You can now, in Norway.
- From caviar to colouring, this one’s an interesting read – a string of foods banned across Europe and their reasons why. You know you can’t buy M&Ms in Sweden, right?
- David Williams throws Aldi’s rising wine range under the spotlight for The Guardian.
- Think you have a food allergy? This article begs to differ.
- Nigella Lawson is done with food photos on Instagram so she’s launching her own social network, to focus on food photos. Emm…
- Agriland throws a look at the future of the food-to-go market with an event on the way for Dublin.
- Leon is expanding into Ireland and planning to bring 600 jobs with it.
- Megan Molteni writes for Wired on the first gene-edited food being served.
- What’s the difference between food evolution and food appropriation, writes Aoife McElwain for the Irish Times.