Saturday Food Section: Bringing Back Poached Fish, Shakshuka’s Rise, and More

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Photo: Vicky Wasik/Serious Eats

Photo: Vicky Wasik/Serious Eats


Cheers to the weekend! Now’s the time to settle into a laid-back rhythm and catch up on all the best food stories on the web. For your perusal, here’s a thoughtfully-curated selection of stories that we loved reading this week.


  • It’s time to bring back the lost art of cooking salmon, halibut, and other fish à la nage, a.k.a. poached in a flavorful broth. [Serious Eats]


  • Food delivery services aren’t showing any signs of slowing down: a new company, Supper, is the first-ever delivery service for fine-dining restaurants. The London-based startup delivers food from Michelin-starred restaurants, and even has its own in-house sommelier. [Eater]



  • Tracing the sudden rise of shakshuka, the Israeli breakfast of eggs cooked in tomatoes and peppers, to increasing interest in Middle Eastern food and the dish’s adaptability. [Moment]




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