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.
The Awl, All The Presidents’ Menus
A rundown of favorite presidential fare.
The Wall Street Journal, In Defense Of The $75 Appetizer
"Trickle-down" dining explained.
Lucky Peach via Slate, Somebody Has To Bring Home The Bacon
Warhol's relationship with food gets broken down.
NPR, Three Ways Pie History Is Like HBO's "Game Of Thrones"
Yep, the title pretty much explains it all.
Smithsonian, Doctoring The Dog: The Stunt That Launched Nathan’s Famous Stand On Coney Island
Without one advertising gimmick, Nathan's hot dogs might not be so famous.
The New York Times, Diplomacy Travels On Its Stomach, Too
How Hillary Clinton changed the way the State Department eats.
Mother Jones, Adventures In Sexist Pork Industry Pamphlets
Oh, look! How cute. A woman is trying to grill.
The Guardian, Jamie Oliver. You Might Want To Hate Him, But You Can't Help Cheering
Finally, someone says what we're all thinking.
Los Angeles Times, Could Pakistan Beer Take Edge Off Relations With India?
Beer, bringing people together. Hopefully.
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