Every Sunday, we round up our favorite food reads (podcasts, and videos) from the week, so you can sit back with that cup of coffee and settle in to catch up on what's happening in the world of food.
Today: An important announcement for latte-lovers, the history of sushi in America, and a pizza-slinging neighborhood spot in Brooklyn.
Here are 7 of our favorite things we read this week:
- A store in Germany is eliminating waste from packaging completely by having consumers bring their own. [Curbed]
- In Brooklyn, a pizza place maintains the neighborhood feel. [The New York Times]
- In a digital-first era, food tops Millenials's feeds. [The Atlantic]
- Sushi became the best thing since sliced bologna in 1960s America—and our fascination with it only grew from there. [An Eccentric Culinary History]
- Picking out groceries for someone else is a personal (and tricky) business, which is just part of the reason Instacart starting hiring it's contracted workers. [New York Magazine]
- The infamous Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL for the pros) finally actually has pumpkin in it. [The Washington Post]
- Preventing diabetes has a lot to do with understanding what 2,000 calories looks like. [The Guardian]
Did you read anything worth sharing this week? Tell us in the comments below!
First photo by Posie Harwood; second photo by James Ransom