Brew that coffee! Pour that OJ! And settle in this morning to catch up on what's happening in the world of food. Here's what we're reading (and watching) this week.
• Julia Child would roll over in her grave if she knew that, at the end of the day, Americans still make mediocre (generous) macaroni salads. Now here's a less embarrassing and -- you know what? -- downright delicious-looking version. (101Cookbooks)
• On your summer travels, just say no ... to plane food. Take a cue from the culinarily in-the-know and pack a plane picnic! (The New York Times)
• Presenting a painless way to patriotically pay it forward to Louisiana relief this holiday weekend: Eat Louisiana Seafood! (the kitchn)
• Just as you think you've seen/eaten it all, up pops another place to wire in and get hungry -- go to Gojee, a personalized recipe repository that just launched with saliva-inducing content from from famous foodies across the Internet (including our very own A&M).
• Beer brewing and dancing strawberries: not nearly as weird as it sounds. Have a gander! (Diners' Journal)
• Once you've finished the feed, pop on the shades, throw down a towel, and get readin' with a copy of the food industry's Harry Potter 7, Part 2 equivalent -- the hotly-awaited new food magazine from David Chang, Lucky Peach. (The Atlantic)
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