This week, the National Review has a lot to talk about.
And this week, we have a lot of delicious, healthy, and easy recipes for you to try.
We’ve got ketchup, chili, and pickles, along with a few more tasty things.
We also have our usual roundup of the week’s best news, reviews, and opinion.
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The first half of this week is devoted to the most-talked-about food stories of the year.
There’s a lot more to talk to you about, so be sure to tune in this week for more stories from your favorite food outlets.
The second half of the article, which we’ll wrap up this week with our roundup of our favorite cookbooks, is a bit more dry.
This week we’re also taking a look at some of the more surprising things we learned about cooking in the last few months, like the latest news on the world of vegan cooking.
But even if you’re already planning on making a batch of your favorite recipes, we’ve got some fun recipes you can try while you’re in the kitchen.
If this is your first time seeing National Review’s Food, Drink, and Entertainment section, it’s worth checking it out.
It’s full of fun food-related content, from food blogs to food-themed cookbooks.
If your friends and family are looking for some fresh and delicious news, you might want to check out our article on the best ways to find new friends.
We’re also featuring a few of our favourite food-centric podcasts.
If podcasts are a thing for you, we encourage you to subscribe to The National Review Food podcast.
And, of course, if you don’t have time to listen to the podcasts, but still want to read about food-worthy, food-inspired news, we’ll still have some other great stuff for you this week.
And if you have an idea for a food-focused column you want us to put on the front page of National Review—or if you want a food article we’ve neglected to mention before—send us an email with the subject line “Favourite Food or Drink of the Week” and we’ll see what we can do.
In other news, this week we have some special guest posts from the Food Writers Association, which is also hosting a roundtable discussion of the state of the food industry.
As a bonus, you’ll also find this week’s cover of the April Fools’ jokey magazine, the Food Lab, in our print edition.
And in case you missed it, check out the National Post Food newsletter.