03/02/2012 03:46 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.

Esquire, The Cake-Mix Gourmet
Momofuku pastry chef Christina Tosi gives a long-overdue review to the Duncan Hines cookbook.

Financial Times, Chef Talk: Gabrielle Hamilton
The fêted New York chef is joining Angela Hartnett in London to celebrate female culinary excellence.

Reuters, It's Time For OpenTable To Think About Diners
There's room for improvement for the popular online reservations site.

Boston Globe, Why Chefs Are Confused About What Fish They Can Serve
Sustainable seafood doesn't always translate into an easy option.

NPR, Truffles Take Root In Appalachian Soil
Watch your backs, France and Italy.

Los Angeles Review Of Books, Fine Dining Through Chemistry
Four different books all revolving around Ferran Adria.

Gourmet Live, Whole Lotta Lard
Regina Schrambling tosses the can of shortening and goes whole hog for the other white grease

Slate, Preschoolers With Knives
How young can a child be and still learn how to cook?

Grub Street, The Other Way to Use Angostura Bitters
Not just for cocktails!

Some of our favorite HuffPost Food stories of the week:

What Chefs Really Think About Yelpers

An American Way Of Eating?

A Week In The Life Of Aldo Sohm, Le Bernardin's Wine Director

Alinea's Reservation System To Be Replaced With Next-Style E-Tickets