Best online food writing of 2016

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If you like reading cookbooks, it’s probably not a stretch to assume that you also enjoy food literature. With the myriad number of online food writing pieces that have come out in the last year, a few good nuggets may have slipped under your radar. That’s okay, because indexed blog Food52 has put together a list of some of the best food writing for 2016.

The article provides links to several short and long-form articles, ranging from serious in-depth pieces about the disappearing of Syrian food culture to lighthearted romps about 1970s ‘monster’ cereals to historical work like a story concerning an orange juice boycott. It’s probably good that we are posting this just before a long holiday weekend because you’ll likely be reading for a good long while.


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  • KLeverett  on  January 27, 2017

    Thanks… I love food literature and it IS very difficult to capture all the great writing published online….

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