Wednesday Links: Keller At Home, Taxes on Junk Food, and a Guide to Sausages

3rd Mar 2010


[From Eating L.A. ]

Welcome to Wednesday Links. This is our weekly collection of four of the most interesting food links we've discovered in the past week. Enjoy!

Straining Valentine's Day with Thomas Keller
Are Thomas Keller's damned recipes worth it, or just overcomplicated? Sky Full of Bacon's Michael Gebert attaches his erudite crankiness to Chicken and Dumplings and inquires.

Should Junk Food Be Taxed?
A recent Psychological Science study discovers the effectiveness of taxing junk food at the grocery store--and how subsidizing nutritious food actually doesn't work.

Sausages & The Like
A fairly comprehensive list of sausages, with helpful definitions. In case you have some trouble telling your knackwurst from your braunschweiger. It's a nice tidy guide to the world of encased meats.

Europe to Antioxidants: Take a Hike
Goodbye antioxidants. Europe moves to ban the health claim.


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