Welcome to the weekend! Now’s the time to settle in and catch up on all this week’s food news. Here are top-level highlights of some of the food stories we’ve been reading this week.
- Are you keeping the right essentials in your freezer? Here are six things you should always stock frozen. [Tasting Table]
- Judith Jones, the world’s best-known cookbook editor, died this week at 93. Here’s a look at the side of her most of us didn’t see. [Food52]
- A new national study shows more than half of Americans with a food allergy developed it after adulthood. [Well blog]
- Fans of Super Size Me, Morgan Spurlock’s 2004 fast food documentary, will be excited to hear he’s filmed a sequel, this time focused on the “big chicken” industry. [Eater]
- In a $287.5 million deal, Yelp sold its food delivery service, Eat 24, to GrubHub, creating the largest network of online and mobile food ordering in the U.S. [USA Today]
- Bartenders up for a challenge have taken on a new pursuit: doing stereotypically bad cocktails, like Midori Sours, Blue Hawaiis and Long Island Iced Teas, well. [The New York Times]