weekly round-up of our favorite finds from the front lines of food
- From one of our favorite blogs, Laughing Squid "Malaysian artist Hong Yi has embarked on a project to create a piece of artwork out of food for every day in March. The results so far are quite excellent and range from reproductions of classic works to original creations. You can follow her project on Instagram."
- Britons are being urged to eat more wild venison as part of land conservation. "Deer populations are going through the roof, there is a population explosion and they are causing problems." They also happen to be delicious.
- And you can conserve land in your own driveway with a home aquaponics systems. If Kijani Grows in West Oakland can do it, so can you. Check out this video.
- Jewish restaurateurs are revisiting Chinese dishes — and schmaltzing them up "There’s a Borscht Belt shtick about Jews and Chinese food,” he quips. “My personal joke is that I learned to speak Yiddish in the Chinese restaurant from my customers.”
- And if you want even more Jewish-Asian fusion, try A Seder Spiced With Indian Flavors.