Another Monday means another round-up of food links. Dig in!
There's more to Native American food than just frybread. Though it's (ironically) sorely underrepresented in the culinary world, Native cooking is a no-brainer for those interested in local, pre-colonial cuisine.
Turns out the International Olive Council isn't actually a top-secret cabal of hooded olive oil connoisseurs. Huh. This crash course in olive oil politics explains. (Food & Wine)
Less than 5 percent of wineries in the U.S. are owned by African American vintners. Here's a list of 9 black-owned wineries. (The Fat Cat Collective)
Look out for Ruth Reichl's first cookbook in 40 years this September. (Eater)