04/13/2012 03:26 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 Guardian, Should We Worry About The Rise Of Pret?
As the British food retailer opens its first outlet in Paris, two writers debate whether we should be concerned about the inexorable rise of Pret a Manger.

Nowness, Black Gold: Mote Caviar
Inside the Florida marine laboratory that sustainably farms Siberian sturgeon.

Wired, Air Force’s New Tactic: ‘Blanketing a City’ With Energy Bars
Coming soon to a disaster zone near you?

New York Times, A Chef Whose Touch Will Last
The sweet side of Charlie Trotter.

A Cup Of Jo, How To Eat Your Dinner
Illustrated etiquette lessons.

Trish Deseine, Advice To Future Cookbook Authors
After Amanda Hesser's piece on food writing, a cookbook author offers more food for thought.

Gourmet Live, Mali's Old Salt Road
Visited an ancient, treacherous trade route for a once priceless mineral.

Slate, Fusion Reaction
How America fell in love, and then out of love, and then in love all over again, with Asian-influenced cuisine.

Grub Street, Is There Any Way to Make Wine Bars Better?
Alternate title: why you should embrace wine served from kegs.