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.

NPR, Harissa: The Story Behind North Africa's Favorite Hot Sauce
Harissa explains it all. Sorry. Not sorry.

Washington Post, The Gloves Can Come Off, As Far As I'm Concerned
Why food-safe gloves aren't really helping.

New York Times, The Best, And Worst, In Kabul Military Dining
From French cheese to fake Tex-Mex (what does that even mean!?).

Smithsonian, The Unnatural History Of The Dixie Cup
The things you learn...

Grantland, The Guy Fieri Problem: On The Next Food Network Star
Shortcomings of a Food Network staple.

New York Times, How Broccoli Landed On Supreme Court Menu
And how Scalia equated health insurance to a green vegetable.

Gizmodo, How an 11-Year-Old Invented the Popsicle and Changed Summer Forever
Genius at a young age!

New Yorker, Does All Wine Taste The Same?
Ladies and gentlemen, the Judgment Of Princeton.

Gilt Taste, When The Queso Dripped Like Honey
A Texas life, lived immoderately in Velveeta and Ro-Tel.

Bon Appetit, Want to Be a Food Writer? Grub Street's Alyssa Shelasky Tells You How
"Sleep with chefs if you want porn star sex, not a job at Serious Eats. (Everyone's f-ing butchers these days, anyways.)"