By Ezra Klein
• Scientists have engineered a tomato that isn’t wet, which is, in turn, forcing me to reconsider the value of science.
• Slate writes up the case for High Fructose Corn Syrup. It’s sort of the article Slate was created to run. The piece does a terrible job on the topic of subsidies, though.
• Adam Roberts — better known as the Amateur Gourmet — has a new food show. On the interwebs. I figured it would mainly be him twittering to other foodies, but it actually appears to involve cooking.
• Is a massive Confined Animal Feeding Operation — which is to say, an industrial pig farm — responsible for swine flu?