It’s Sunday all over again and, subsequently, time for Sunday Brunch. The dogs are walked. Breakfast may have been missed due to the recovery period needed for Friday night’s PPI Awards in Kilkenny and last night’s Blog Awards Ireland in Naas. A busy, craic-fuelled weekend has been had so far and it continues in the kitchen in about an hour’s time as I ruslte up some spicy meatballs for the in-laws-to-be.
While I get to cooking, you can get to reading. Here’s ten food articles and news items worth a read that you may have missed this past week for your sixth Sunday Brunch.
- Organic 101: Five Steps to Organic Certification (via USDA)
- Composting—Turning Garbage into Black Gold
- Yet Another Reason GMOs Suck
- Want safer food? Go local
- Food safety: Why going to your supermarket may be more dangerous than you think
- Can science help improve food security?
- Integrated enterprise strategy sees Cork emerge as principal food hub
- Irish Food Giant Creates 1,300 Jobs With €100m Expansion
- BAI Places Ban On Junk Food Advertising (Friday’s Examiner, it’s a short one)
- Halving food losses would feed an additional billion people
Got any plans for your own Sunday? If you’re in the neighbourhood, there should be meatballs hitting the table around 2.30pm though I can’t guarantee there’ll be any left! It’s also just shy of a week since Any Given Beer launched. If you can, give it a look at let me know what you think. Lovely to get another blog up and going (and there’s another one you’ll find out about tomorrow)!