Catalina Alba La comida tiene el poder de transformar
Karen Dudley The Kitchen
Markos Grohmann Food Thinking
Green Kitchen Stories Green Kitchen Stories
Amber Westfall Weeds
Sara Lucía Pareja Programa TAS: Tú y Alicia por la Salud
Marcel Vargaeštok Way of Life : Steak
Janneke Hoeben From fashion designer to culistrator
Virgilio Martinez Central Restaurante & Mater Iniciativa
Amy Kaherl Nicole Rupersburg On Food
Raphael Despirite Fechado Para Jantar
Shay Ola The Rebel Dining Society
Ryan Hidinger Teaser
Daria Pawlewska Teaser
Daria Pawlewska Kukbuk
Jessica Koslow SQIRL
Cooking With Caitlin Your Personality is Your Brand
Blair Lebsack Rge Rd
Michael Hebb El Capitan at One Pot
Camas Davis Portland Meat Collective
Ilana Labow Fresh Roots
Rohan Anderson Whole Larder Love
Jim Ray Self-Taught Cook
Matteo Bologna Mucca Design
Andrew Rudd Food For Life
Tomas Mrazauskas Book Designer
Emilie Baltz Q&A
Emilie Baltz Food is
Pamela Chng Bettr Barista
Tim Wendelboe Micro Roastery
Tim Wendelboe Teaser
John Mike FOOD: a box to think out of
The Lucky Taco Sarah & Otis Frizzell
Sonya Coté Chef & Restaurateur
Gustavo Caetano Samba Tech
Ryan Hidinger Food + Life
Jonas Singer Union Kitchen
Pierre Sang Boyer Chef at Pierre Sang Restaurant
It's a challenge worth undertaking because it's what leads to a city by the people and for the people. It's your neighbors and your friends and you creating the city around you. So much of your city for so long has been outside of the force of the people actually using it, people actually in this room. I want a city that reflects me. It reflects who I am, what I want. I want a city that is authentic to me. That starts and ends with food. It starts and ends with the people around us being in charge of the user experience.
What would we be prepared to kinda sacrifice to kinda maintain our current consumption ?
It's important that everybody understands that food is your first medicine. What you eat has everything to do with your overall health.
Cuando disfrutan el cuento de la incertidumbre; hay una incertidumbre muy chévere que es levantarse todas las semanas sin saber "que va a pasar esta semana."
If the public understands what we are doing, then I'll have a job in the future.
We really want to start bringing the farm to the city.
I used to ride pigs before I ate the pigs.
When you start to connect what you taste in your mouth to what you taste, feel, and think, you start to put words to that taste and feeling. And when you do that, it transforms the experience and you become more aware.
When people speak about web today, we speak about designing experiences.
Everything I put out is like a mantra; one plate at a time.
That pilot light doesn't go out for me. I always feel the desire to do more, to be better. To me, that's the difference between 'occupation' and 'vocation.'
There is a safety. When I am feeding you food, I am getting inside you. There is a vulnerability and an access that doesn't exist anywhere else. With that amazing vulnerability comes the potential for transformation.
Can we start to create rituals that bring people back to the table?
The Dinner Table could be a tool for social change.
Starting a new book design is similar to open a fridge in someone else’s house and prepare a dish from the ingredients found there.
A book is a sequence of spaces.
Personal meaning lies at the confluence of your passions and your heartbreak.