It’s been a while since the last Foodie Roundup (looking at what Irish food bloggers have been up to for the week) or indeed Food Bytes (looking at tasty recipes from international food bloggers) largely down to time to digest the food quarter of the Irish blogosphere. But, as I said this morning, it’s interesting what a move to a new house will do to spark some fresh ideas for the blog. For months now I’ve been tweeting out links early in the morning to more news and opinion-focused pieces as part of my morning ritual online. Of course, they come in, they’re read, their tweeted about and their gone into the either. Sunday Brunch therefore is a recap of interesting articles I’ve been reading online this past week, coming to you at midday each Sunday, at least for the foreseeable future.
- Do you buy organic food? New York Times writer calls you a delusional cult member suckered into a ‘fable’
- Organic food takes a semi hit to its image
- Gluten free products allowance cut for coeliacs
- Wild Bees: Champions for Food Security and Protecting Our Biodiversity
- Why complex food chains are to blame for China’s food safety scares
- UAE to set up a new national mechanism for dealing with food borne diseases (haven’t been back to the middle east in three years but yet I still scour the Gulf News)
- Kids’ Food: Feeding Our Children
- The Family Chef – The Cook In The Next Generation
- David Rosengarten: The World’s Oldest Winery Releases Its 800th Vintage
- Plentiful Preserves: Canning 101
Now it’s time to get cooking ahead of the 3.30pm throw in. Kilkenny flags are flying high in Chez McGuire today.