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.
- These six common myths about cooking with cast iron really need to go away. [Tasting Table]
- It was bound to happen: The New York Times has put a virtual paywall around its culinary section, Cooking. A subscription costs $5 per month. [Food52]
- The greenmarket at the New York’s World Trade Center has returned for the first time since 9/11. Not much is different, except that now there are multiple identification points and security checks. [New York Times]
- “Finally, someone’s invented snortable chocolate!”—said no one ever. [Grub Street]
- With its acquisition of Whole Foods, did Amazon just kill the beverage industry as we know it today? [Medium]
- From farmers to novel protagonists, these Epicurious editors’ picks for the 100 greatest home cooks of all time. [Epicurious]
- Real talk: Being left-handed in the kitchen kind of sucks. [Bon Appétit]