Since I write primarily about noms, however, here are my picks for the best food reads from the last year.
You’ll never look at a bottle the same way again once you read this great piece.
Adjika holds a special place in my heart, having brightened up many a meal and been a source of great conversation on the road. Worth a read for anyone who likes food and travel.
As a Canadian, I grew up referring to Kraft Macaroni & Cheese as “KD”, and had no idea this was not a worldwide phenomenon until midway through 2010, and I was appalled to hear that my American friends did not adopt this affectionate nickname.
A beautiful piece about communal bakeries in the Middle East and how these centuries-old traditions become new again during times of war.
A must-read about a tiny silvery fish called the menhaden and how crucial it is to the ecosystem of our oceans.