- augmented reality
- bubble tea
- Channel 4
- daily mail
- Das Racist
- food fad
- food trend
- food trends
- food truck
- Future Everything
- ginger's comfort emporium
- ice cream
- kanye west
- New York
- one to watch
- street food
- the sun
- The Times
- vending machine
- x factor
Monthly Archives: November 2011
Forget cake pops, it’s all about pop-up cakes. http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/pop-up_cakes_15754
Wow, the power of the internet. Just reading in The Times about hotel and b&B guests trying to make money by blackmailing the owners, by threatening to write bad reviews. Understanding the impact a bad review can have, these nasty … Continue reading
Meat cupcakes. That’s all. (Not really a cupcake, more like a mini burger with cheesy mash on top. Clever bit of branding though.)
Today’s Independent on Sunday has a DPS on “the best young designers and performers”, eight contenders for the Nova prize – £6,000 awarded to the hottest young talent “from the fields of fine art, industrial design and fashion”. Here’s the … Continue reading
Looks like the trend for unfriending and unfollowing is picking up pace with a recent article in the Evening Standard. I’m sure it will be on many people’s New Year Resolution lists at the end of the year.
Google X: Home of the Next Big Thing?.
It’s official – eatertainment is a trend. The third example of combining food with culture/entertainment has just popped into my inbox (in the Love Food Love Drink newsletter). Just over a month ago, I posted about food/film (Firmdale Films’ Eat … Continue reading
Time to cut the Facebook and Twitter clutter, says AOL’s ‘digital prophet’ | Media | guardian.co.uk.
Bit of buzz around Emily Crane, a ‘gastronomic tailor’, following the Experimental Food Society’s ‘spectacular’ in London recently. Clothes that you can eat? Sounds good to me. Transfixed by this video. Enjoy.