A roundup of some of our favorite articles from food blogs and websites this week.
British Larder: This crispy cod cheek sandwich with fennel and kohlrabi slaw drew me in (see photo at left). Now I just have to hunt down the cod cheeks. —Lisa
Liquor.com: Being a retired bartender, I totally appreciated this informative video about all the hard work that goes into those classic (and expensive) cocktails. —Lisa
Mary Mary Culinary: With only a few Euros in my pocket, I lived off of digestive biscuits while backpacking through Europe after college. The recipe for the filling, hearty cookies can be made even better with a cookie stamp that says "homemade"! —Christine
Memories in the Baking: I love croquettes, and these Cuban papas rellenas, deep-fried bites of mashed potatoes filled with picadillo, are really calling my name. —Christine
Civil Eats: The Sweetwork Project gives Harlem youth the opportunity to work at a co-op grocery store inspired by the same business model as Good Vibrations, California's sex toy company. —Amy
The Food Section: Due out in October, The Recipe Project cookbook and CD features songs with lyrics that are actually famous chefs' recipes, such as Chris Cosentino's brains and eggs. —Amy
Image source: British Larder