A few food related items we’ve read recently that we thought were worth sharing. If you are interested in things we read on a daily basis, you can always follow @noubablog on Twitter where we share things with more spontaneity and regularity.
Four courses of reading:
A round up of recipes.
Breakfast — Tartine’s Croissants Revisited With Rye And Seeds from Apt. 2B Baking Co.
Lunch — Shiitake Bok Choy Dumplings from Happyolks
Dinner — Lamb Kofta Curry from A Brown Table
Dessert – Mini Vegan No-Bake Chocolate Mocha Fudge and Coconut Tarts from Half-Baked Harvest.
News and Food
- David Chang of Momofuku launches Fuku another NYC eating experience centered on a spicy Fried Chicken sandwich. Full story from Grub Street.
- Analysis shows that raising the minimum wage to $15 and hour would increase New York City food-worker paychecks by $1.3 billion a year. The study shows that 180,000 workers (roughly 65%) of those working in the food-service industry in the city would receive a raise. Full Story from New York Daily News.
- The untold story of Chinese restaurants in America: A fascinating look at how American anti-Chinese laws encouraged restaurants
- Dreaming of a food-filled trip to Tokyo? Or are you an armchair traveller with a love of Japanese food? Check out I Am A Food Blog’s awesome Tokyo Food Guide: Where and What to Eat in Tokyo
- “Responsibly Grown” is the name for the new organic rating system at Whole Foods that the food store hoped would increase information for consumers. But the program has upset a lot of food growers. Read Organic Farmers Call Foul On Whole Foods’ Produce Rating System from The Salt on NPR.
- Umami Kitchen has an interesting post about Cinnamon – The secret healer in which they detail 26 possible health benefits from cinnamon.
Happy reading and good eating.