3/7/11: Links We Love
A look at what we're reading, cooking, and clicking this week.
• The Wall Street Journal goes in search of New Orleans’ best po’boy sandwich, and shares reviews of 10 versions served throughout the city, plus suggestions of where to find good po’boys in the rest of the country. The Wall Street Journal
• Robb Walsh explains why you should pay more for oysters with place names. Rob Walsh
• Melissa Clark investigates the health benefits, and extraordinary flavor of virgin coconut oil. [The New York Times](the http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/02/dining/02Appe.html?ref=dining) And inspired by one of Clark’s coconut oil recipes, a “wordless recipe” gorgeously instructs how to make your own ice cream “magic” chocolate hard shell. Eat the Love
• One man has been eating and rating one Stockholm semla (theScandinavian Fat Tuesday bun) a day since February 1 in the lead up toFettisdag, or Fat Tuesday. Each post is complete with lid shot,cross-section shot, and ratings for each component. (In Swedish) Semmelmannen
• A useful guide to plastic-free food storage containers, environmentally friendly and aesthetically pleasing too! The Kitchn
• Whether you call it “egg in a hole,” “egg in the basket,” “gashouse eggs,” or “toad in a hole,” this fried bread with egg makes for a perfect snack, breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The Amateur Gourmet