Read Up On It – October 28th, 2011
Here’s what we’ve been digging this week.
– Open File reports on the issues with liquor laws that often plague bar owners in Halifax and the rest of the province. Namely, that they are archaic.
- The Globe & Mail interview food historian Micheal Krondi who argues that dessert is closer to architecture than it is to the main course.
Churroquembouche image by Matt Armendariz
- Acadian and Arab food, all under one roof? Say what? (Via The Chronicle Herald)
- There’s been a lot of national coverage (check here for a story by the CBC) lately about the possibility of GM salmon being sold (and eaten) in Canada. Here’s a PEI perspective.
- And last but not least, Anthony Bourdain drops in at Google to talk about food, his television shows, and more.