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Phone Food Photography 101, the Game of Thrones Dining Blog, and Justice Scalia on Pizza: Eating & Reading
A tasty roundup of the stuff we’re reading this week.
Is this Chicago deep dish really pizza? Supreme Court Justice Scalia doesn’t think so. Photograph via Shutterstock.
Comments () | Published February 19, 2014

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Andrew Zimmern—who has more than 100,000 followers on Instagram—offers some smart advice on DIY food photography in restaurants. [Bon Appétit] —Ann Limpert

Martha Stewart should a) take the advice, and b) return to tweeting (non-hideous) food pictures. This is why. [BuzzFeed] —Anna Spiegel


Seven hells. Why am I just now discovering this food blog inspired by Game of Thrones? [Inn at the Crossroads] —Benjamin Freed

Controversial Pie

Is Chicago-style deep dish really pizza? The Supreme Court (fine, or just Justice Scalia) rules no. [The Salt] —Tanya Pai

The development of a battlefield-ready pizza that stays good for up to three years is perhaps the most important research project the US military has ever undertaken. [AP] —BF

Yet another reason I prefer Domino’s to Pizza Hut: pee-free sinks. [Gawker] —AS

This Week in Millennial Food Trends

Vice is launching a food channel aimed at millennials. We should anticipate provocative, grabby headlines like “Paula Deen Shares Her Thoughts on Black-and-White Cookies.” [Variety] —BF

More Pubs, Please

Are British pubs going the way of the dodo? Get your honest pints while you can. [New York Times] —AS

Mon Dieu!

A French restaurant critic slams Michelin. [Eater National] —AS


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