Journal

Items of interest – including a few regular series – concerning food, life, et cetera

Disappearing Desserts & Other News
The politics of cheese, a sandwich both remarkable and unremarkable, and a definitive guide to fast food desserts

Cookbook Diversity & Other News – In this week's round-up of the best online food media: Puerto Rico's bars, imitation fast food in Iran and a MasterChef mess-up

Egg Spoon Wars & Other News – In this week's round-up of the best online food media: 101 dishes that changed America, fear of a bulging can, and the insensitivities of katsu pie

The Gannet Q&A: Mayukh Sen – The food writer on disappointment and joy in Indian restaurants, the evils of cardamom pods in rice, and the discontinued cookie that haunts his dreams

All About Whisk(e)y & Other News – In this week's special edition we're gathering the best online writing about whisky to tie in with our upcoming feature documentary, "The Amber Light"

The Family Cure
Frank Krawczyk mastered the art of charcuterie at his home in West Cork. Now his son Rob, one of Ireland’s most exciting chefs, is picking up the baton

The Joy of Fritti & Other News – This week's food media round-up covers the legacy of family recipes, the food of Queer Eye, and the possibility of wine in China

The Gannet Q&A: Jenny Linford – The author of The Missing Ingredient on family meals in Singapore, breakfast on a marble-topped bar in Florence, and a hero of the British cheese world

David Chang Is Mainstream & Other News – The latest Netflix food special, the search for Korean pancakes, and how bees can fix terrorism: all in this week's selection of the best food media on the web

Cats, Coffee & Other News – Felines brewing coffee, an unknown regional cuisine and food under incarceration, all in this week's food media round-up

A Night with Salt Bae & Other News
Dinner with a meme, the meaning of nut cheese and the symbolism of peaches all feature in this week’s selection of the best food media

Breakfast On Repeat & Other News – A history of butter, the trauma of carob and a top chef's humanitarian efforts all feature in this week's selection of the best food media

How To Make: Pollock En Papillote – The owners of Dublin's Fish Shop prepare a delicious (and inadvertently patriotic) fish dish in the back garden of their Dublin restaurant

The Gannet Q&A: Emily Nunn – The author of The Comfort Food Diaries relives a traumatic meal in Barcelona, explains why she can't stand seared foie gras, and celebrates the joys of coffee in the morning

The Meals That Make Us & Other News – The "invention" of veganism, the gender politics of kitchenware, and a beloved soft drink regains its fizz: all in this week's food media round-up

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