Eat the Web, August 8, 2015


Summer perfection—peach and cucumber salad

Welcome back to Eat the Web, the intermittent collection of links that have caught my eye. I often post them piecemeal to twitter, but it’s nice to have them in one place. Here are some choice links from this summer:

My, how you’ve changed, watermelon [Vox]

Delicious grilled cheese sandwiches in SF at B. on the Go [SF Chronicle]

Spicy food might help you live longer [SciAm]

Quick ricotta gnocchi that look fabulous, and easy to make [Serious Eats]

Astoria’s “cathedral to smoked meats”—Muncan Food Corp—gets some love (good, traditional cured meats are here in abundance) [VV]

Easy summer ceviche [Latina]

Warming water in the Columbia river are causing sockeye salmon to die in large numbers [Digital Journal]

NYC Honey Week returns this September [NYC Honey Week]

One of NYC’s oldest German butchers, Schaller & Weber, opens a little sausage bar [DNAinfo]

This Peruvian gazpacho looks wonderful! The half avocado is particularly appealing. [Eating Free]

I recently came back from a lovely vacation in sunny San Diego. I ate a lot of tasty food, saw the sights, and spent time with family celebrating the wedding of my cousin. Here’s a shot from the beach out into the Pacific Ocean. It was perfect.

A photo posted by Meg Cotner (@megcotner) on

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