Links We Love: Writers’ Fuel, Steak Frites, and More

A look at what we're reading, cooking, and clicking this week.

• Perennial Plate wraps up a year of covering food in America with a lovely finale video. Perennial Plate

• Rosie Schaap at The New York Times makes a case for bringing the wine spritzer out of retirement. The New York Times

• Homemade bread, coffee, popsicles and cold toast: The Kitchn takes a peek at a few great writers’ favorite snacks. The Kitchn

• Herbicide-resistant “superweeds” are threatening American crops. Good Magazine

• Restaurant Daniel’s resident forager, Tama Matsuoka Wong, talks about the food in your backyard in this trailer for the book she worked on with Chef de Cuisine Eddy Leroux. Eater.com

• These days, traveling by plane requires a stiff drink. To help you with that, Food Republic’s got a list of the best airlines for drinking. Food Republic

• Ultimate Paris expert David Lebovitz tells us where to eat the ultimate Paris bistro meal: steak frites. David Lebovitz

• Chef Wojciech Amaro is elevating Polish cuisine, experimenting with traditional ingredients like chokeberries, wild herbs and edible flowers. CNN

• As world fish populations decline, scientists are wondering about “The End of Fish” and what that means for the way we eat. Washington Post