Links from the Food Universe - Weekly Compilation NO.7/13
April 8th, 2013

News from the food universe that are informative, will make you laugh or simply scratch your head.

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We just returned from an incredible culinary trip to the island of Mauritius and need to digest what can only be described as an unforgettable experience – long hours in the kitchen, chit-chat with 13 Michelin stars, in short, wonderful days all about food, food, and then a bit food. More on that soon! Meanwhile so many interesting food-related articles have piled up, I really had a hard time choosing my favorite reads from last week…

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You should never believe them, when they tell you not to play with your food: Creative Food Art That Will Surely Brighten Your Day (My Modern Met)

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We Are What We Eat - The Origins and Current Legal Status of “Natural” and “Organic” Food Labels (Gastronomica)

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Sweet art! Watch the Trailer for the Cookbook Modern Arts Desserts (Eater)

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Summer is approaching (very slowly here in Germany I might add) and this sounds like a fun way of celebrating it: DIY Alcoholic Dippin’ Dots: The Hangover of the Future (Gizmodo)

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What the Iconic New York Everything Bagel Has Wrought (Grub Street New York)

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Robot-Coupe? Still Made by Hand: The Original Food Processor (Forbes)

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One Tiny German Town, Seven Big Michelin Stars (The New York Times)

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Steal This Idea: Cooking Lessons From the Grandmas You Wish You Had
This is an idea worth resurrecting. Culture Kitchen was a San Francisco start-up that didn’t end up lasting, but could provide inspiration for another city. (Good)

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The most superfluos kitchen tool ever? You Need An Automatic Egg Tube On A Stick Maker (Consumerist)

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Understanding Umami (Wall Street Journal, Part One) and Bringing Balance to the MSG Debate (Wall Street Journal, Part Two)

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How Quentin Tarantino Uses Food as a Metaphor for Power in His Movies (KCRW Good Food)

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I am especially proud to know the ladies behind The Rome Digest, featured by The New York Times Style MagazineWhen in Rome, Eat Like an Expat

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