Weekend Reading: A Coffee Infographic, The Greenmarket Palette, and More

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

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• Not that you necessarily have seven types of beans and 22 distinct brewing vessels at your disposal, but if you did, Fast Company's wholly comprehensive infographic of how to make pretty much every coffee drink ever would come in pretty handy. —Helen Rosner

• This week, I was delighted to see NYTimes.com street photographer Bill Cunningham's full-fledged homage to the Union Square Greenmarket, in which he explores the interplay between seasonal produce and the rhythms of fashion. The likeness he found between multicolored radish bunches and a woman's caftan is worth watching the slideshow for alone. —Gabriella Gershenson

• That tangy burn on the tongue that happens when we eat salt and vinegar chips (and leaves us wanting more and more) is actually the result of vinegar combined with starch and then dried. The folks over at Serious Eats break down the science behind the chips, and share a guide to the offerings from a whole range of chip makers. —Anna Stockwell

• Vanityfair.com's weekly column Food Porn, a look into the iphone photo libraries of various personalities in the food world, is always fun; this week it's SAVEUR editor-in-chief James Oseland's pics from a recent trip to Kansas. —Cory Baldwin