Welcome to the weekend! Now’s the time to settle into a laid-back rhythm and catch up on all this week’s food news on the web. For your perusal, here’s a curated selection of stories that we’ve been reading this week.
- According to a new report by the World Wildlife Federation, the global fish population is shrinking at such a fast pace that by 2048 there could be no fish to eat whatsoever. [Food & Wine]
- Forget house-cured pickles and homemade mustard for a minute. The condiment you should be making right now is salted eggs. [Food52]
- The secret to roasting the crispiest potatoes of your life? Parboiling them first in alkaline water. [Serious Eats]
- The buzziest new brunch in Toronto is a pop-up that’s staffed by Syrian refugees. [Saveur]
- Cuba is facing food supply shortages as a result of the influx of new tourists into the country. [Forbes]