02/03/2012 07:28 pm ET

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.

The Telegraph, Alain Ducasse's Favourite Paris Haunts
Suivre M. Ducasse!

NPR, Rethinking The Oreo For Chinese Consumers
How a classic American cookie ended up Pocky-ized.

The Atlantic, An Agoraphobic's Connection to the Outside World: 4,500 Menus
You may really like menus, but the woman profiled in this piece realled needed them.

Smithsonian Magazine, The Origin Of Frito Pie
Fun fact! At first, it was called "Fritoque Pie" for some ineffable reason.

Saveur, The King Of Fried Butter
To the king (of the state fairs) go all the spoils -- namely "half a million dollars in revenue" in one month.

QSR Magazine, What Quick Serves Can Learn From Apple
The Apple success story is the "If You Build It, They Will Come" of our time.

The Yale Herald, Sitting Down WIth Mark Bomford
A nice long interview with the new director of the Yale Sustainable Food Project.

CNN, How Kit Kat Became King Of Candy In Japan
Kit Kat sounds like King Kong, but this great piece shows the way it's really more comparable to Godzilla.