03/30/2012 06:13 pm ET Updated Mar 30, 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.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Bottled Water Meets Rising Tide Of Criticism
Is a ban on bottled water on the horizon?

The Atlantic, Why Calories Count: The Problem With Dietary-Intake Studies
Marion Nestle reveals the source of systematic errors in our understanding of weight gain.

New York Times, Resetting The Table
A once-hot restaurant tries to reignite its fire.

New York, When Did Young People Start Spending 25% of Their Paychecks on Pickled Lamb’s Tongues?
If you can get past how annoying the principle subject of this piece is, you'll find a surprisingly thorough and smart exploration of an oft-noticed, but little-understood topic.

CNN, Saudi Foodies Ditch Fast Food For Fine Dining
Oil prices are at record highs and Saudis are indulging in more upscale dinners. Coincidence?

Wall Street Journal, How Pinot Continues to Influence 'Sideways'
Seven and a half years after 'Sideways' premiered, aftershocks continue.

DETAILS, New York Restaurateur Keith McNally On What Makes A Hot Spot
The owner of Balthazar, Pastis and the Minetta Tavern reveals his secrets.