Eat This Newsletter 016

2 November 2015

Staple fare

  1. Two helpings from the New York Times Magazine’s recent Food Issue, either one of which is a meal in itself:
    1. Bread is broken. Inside the Washington State University Bread Lab.
    2. The archive of eating. A portrait of the wonderful Barbara Ketcham Wheaton.
  2. What happened as the price of pu’er tea rose and rose and rose – more than 1500-fold since 2003.
  3. My friend Jess Fanzo has some sane things to say about changing diets and changing climate.
  4. When the Western world ran on guano. Wonderful stuff.
  5. Self-promotion: I wrote about how some new toys should improve my fermented pickles.

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