11/04/2011 03:52 pm ET | Updated Jan 04, 2012

Great Food Stories Of The Week (Last Call)

Every Friday afternoon, HuffPost Food rounds up some of the best food articles of the week. Start your weekend off with some quality food writing, and hopefully quality food as well! Think we missed something great? Let us know.

All We Can Eat, Lionfish Invade The Gulf... And The Dinner Table
Another delicious invasive fish -- but this one's got some venom!

Chowder, Ming Tsai Heads to Billerica for the House of Correction’s Culinary Arts Graduation
Ming Tsai goes to prison. Don't worry, it's for a good thing, not to pay for his mislabeled fish.

Atlantic Wire, Making The Grade: Why The Cheapest Maple Syrup Tastes Best
The dark beauty of Grade B.

Wall Street Journal, Jose Andres Wants To Feed The World (And You)
We're always hungry for more great profiles of chefs we love.

Amusing Planet, Street Food Vendors From Around The World
Look at those pomegranate seeds!

Food & Wine, A Case For Wine On The Web
A nice essay on wine by Chang-Rae Lee.

Washington Post, Solo Diners Find A New Companion Right At Their Fingertips
iPhones: the best thing to happen to unpopular foodies since Mario Batali started encouraging walk-ins at the bar at Babbo.

Some of our favorite recent HuffPost Food stories:

Number Of Americans On Food Stamps Hits Another High Years After Recession's End
Little known fact: HuffPost Food dabbles in graph-making!

8 Ubiquitous Items We Don't Need To See Anymore
Played out, play on.

Fashion Food Exhibit In Berlin Showcases Edible Clothing From Chef Roland Trettl
We'll never forget that necklace made of octopus tentacles.