Fewer but longer items this week. I can’t be sure whether that’s because the world has been less busy than usual, or I have been busier than usual, preparing something for next week. Either way, here they are.
- Ok, this is a long read, and not entirely enjoyable, but I do think it is important: How to Kill a Fish. Ignorance is decidely not bliss.
- An American in Paris develops a taste for good bread, topped off with a list of eight recommended bakeries. I’d love a second opinion.
- Those apps that let you dine in someone’s home are all very well, but the one that really makes my mouth water is Authenticook, which is “Helping India Keep Dying Cuisines Alive”.
- Eater explains Why Kerrygold Butter Is Everywhere. It is a fun read, as far as it goes. But there’s much more to the story, some of which you can find in my very own podcast on the history of Irish butter.