Pay day has come and gone, we’ve a few Euro again to buy the Sunday papers but if you’re looking for online reads, here’s ten from across the week.
If you’ve got something newsworthy on the food front – I’m all ears. Drop me a line any time during the week by emailing email@example.com to start the conversation.
Foodie Roundup #1904: Week 4 (to Sunday 27 January)
- Mad for a coffee? Katy McGuinness goes through 50 of the best coffee shops in Ireland in the Independent.
- If you’re living in Dublin, you can now shop online with Lidl and have it delivered to your home, according to Lauren Kelly in the Sun.
- Kate Bernot has a strange one – San Antonio police telling hotel guests NOT to order food from flyers dropped to their room. Ask about for local knowledge instead is their advice.
- Kat Thompson on Thrillist says “breakfast food” is not a thing. You want fish for breakfast, eat fish for breakfast.
- Our food system is no longer fit for the 21st century. Here are three ways to fix it, according to Ellen MacArthur at the World Economic Forum annual meeting.
- Dr. Michael HB Hayes has a long read in the Examiner on how Ireland could be a leader in green food production.
- The Journal have the lowdown on the dirtiest takeaways in Ireland from 2018. Where does your county feature?
- Marie O’Halloran has a piece in the Irish Times where the reduction in food waste was raised in the Dáil.
- If you’ve had a rough Friday or Saturday on the beer, you might be in need of a hangover cure – Esquire looks at a few.
- Flexi-veganism is in. Is that where we’re really headed?