This week in food blogs…
Eat Me Daily attended the Food for Thought forum at the Bushnell Theater in Hartford, Conn., where Anthony Bourdain went head-to-head with Alice Waters, while Duff Goldman looked on. EMD also posted a video of the discussion.
[Eat Me Daily]
Josh Ozersky emceed the Best Meatballs of the Boroughs contest in Queens, but was not a judge. Had he been, the outcome may have been different.
The cover of the upcoming Momofuku cookbook has been revealed on Amazon. Other culinary tomes to look out for include Marco Canora’s Salt to Taste, and Tara Austen Weaver’s The Butcher and the Vegetarian: One Woman’s Romp Through a World of Men, Meat, and Moral Crisis.
The Food Section takes a look at the new documentary Food, Inc., which promises to “lift the veil” on the industrial food business. Says FS, “It’s all a little depressing to watch. But, while the muckraking film clearly has an agenda for change, it’s not overbearing… Sort of a gastronomic An Inconvient Truth if you will.”
[The Food Section]
Inspired by our recent post on a kick-ass sandwich we found in Macau, Midtown Lunch comes up with a way to replicate an authentic Macanese pork chop bo lo bao at Ying Du.