Our weekly roundup on tasty news from around the world and here’s what we are reading on…

Preserving Chilies with Thomasina Miers on Nowness.com


Indian mothers like to feed their babies by hand… Is Everything More Delicious When You Eat With Your Hands? via The Salt : NPR

The middle-classes are now as likely to save for a Michelin-starred meal as for a holiday, according to a study on fine dining… Fine dining ‘no longer the preserve of high society’ via Telegraph



Artichokes fried in the Jewish style, or carciofi alla giudia, a traditional dish of the Roman Seder… For Passover, Fried Artichokes via NYTimes.com


Haughty waiters, hushed rooms and and starched tablecloths are a thing of the past; today’s top chefs are all about casual dining… Fine dining’s identity crisis: is this the end of posh restaurants? via theguardian.com


Was there anything that you thought you wanted to do before you started cooking? The ‘Curious Q A with Ferran Adrià via Epicurious.com



Will you be ordering the green spaghetti or blue turkey? Green Spaghetti, Blue Turkey and Pink Cereal: Food Photos Freakify the Everyday Meal via Feature Shoot


What if taking photos of your food could serve a real purpose besides helping you brag on Instagram and Facebook? New Tech: Snap a Pic of Your Meal, Find Out How Many Calories It Has via Delish.com

“My therapist told me the way to achieve true inner peace is to finish what I start. So far today, I have finished 2 bags of M&M’s and a chocolate cake. I feel better already.” ~ Dave Barry

Delightfully yours,
Orsola Ciriello Kogan @ Food Meditations