Eat This Newsletter 008 Gleanings

27 July 2015

Real finger food for digital appetites

  1. The oldest bread in England has been unearthed. How long before someone bakes a replica?
  2. Smithonian magazine explains how much we owe pimps. See the love apple in a whole new light.
  3. Immigrants grow exotic crops, local neighbourhood rejoices, this time in St Louis. I officially declare this a trope.
  4. A great writer reviews what sounds like a great anthology: Pleasures of the Literary Meal by Bee Wilson, on Christina Hardyment’s Pleasures of the Table: A Literary Anthology.
  5. And speaking of great writers, I’ve pledged to enable Jonathan Meades to produce The Plagiarist in the Kitchen, and you can too.
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