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Marije Vogelzang: "food is nurturing for the body but also for the soul"

The Makers: Sunday Suppers. photo by Jennifer Causey.

Mint - the smart way to monitor your oral health

Sunday Suppers: dining experience where you learn to prepare meals from local, organic, seasonal ingredients

It’s almost Christmas time! It’s dark outside early, candles get lit, there’s hundreds of Christmas trees along the road, and we all cuddle up with loved ones inside.

DIY : UNE JOLIE TABLE EN KRAFT ET FEUTRE BLANC |

DIY : UNE JOLIE TABLE EN KRAFT ET FEUTRE BLANC

This DIY tablecloth is great for quick and creative table decoration, bringing simple and elegant design idea into modern busy lifestyle. Good for any party theme, paper tablecloth help your party go

styling + concept + illustration  : dietlind wolf / photos : thomas neckermann / food : marion swoboda / in print : brigitte issue 6/2011

styling + concept + illustration : dietlind wolf photos : thomas neckermann food : marion swoboda in print : brigitte issue

http://www.somersethouse.org.uk/visual-arts/elbulli-ferran-adria-and-the-art-of-food Exhibiton: "elBulli: Ferran Adrià and The Art of Food" - The museum exhibit includes a replica of a box of 17 different kinds of elaborately produced chocolate bon-bons served at the end of each multi-course meal at El Bulli.

The Art Of Food: Museum Celebrates Iconic Catalan Chef's Cuisine

The museum exhibit includes a replica of a box of 17 different kinds of elaborately produced chocolate bon-bons served at the end of each multi-course meal at El Bulli.

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Fooddesigner Marije Vogelzang zoekt verhalen

food/art design of marije vogelzang featuring cultural relationship with food

Marije Vogelzang, the Food Art of 'Eating Designer'

With her simple and yet astounding projects, Dutch “eating designer” Marije Vogelzang knows that the way to our collective human hearts is through our stomachs

sharing dinner - But in thinking of Christmas as a time when people eat together, I decided to create a simple “intervention.” I used a table with a tablecloth, but instead of putting the cloth on the table, I made slits in it and suspended it in the air, so that the participants sat with their heads inside the space and their bodies outside. This physically connects each person: If I pull on the cloth here, you can feel it there. Covering everyone’s clothing also created a sense of…

sharing dinner - But in thinking of Christmas as a time when people eat…

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