“Observation of eating and drinking behaviour and of the emotional reactions triggered by such behaviour provides unique possibilities to help the food and drink industry design products and experiences that fit special situations and evoke hedonistic experiences.”, says the European Centre for the Experience Economy on the project ‘Restaurant of the Future‘.
Dutch food designer Marije Vogelzang describes on her blog ‘Proef (‘Taste’) Amsterdam’ how she integrates food, design and art. For her, food is a material to design with and less to eat. Including to make it fun for children. And … she’s does not cook, but designs.
Mike Kuniavsky (of Adaptive Path fame) published a post on wine from an informational perspective.
Just found the Y! epicenter on Food. Very general, but still useful…