What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

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What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

Postby wargarden » November 18th, 2019, 4:54 pm

What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029 Ten chefs cook their vision of the future.
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Re: What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

Postby Seatallan » November 18th, 2019, 5:40 pm

That one with the mussels and seaweed looks proper yummy!! :chops:
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Re: What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

Postby Suelle » November 18th, 2019, 5:43 pm

Suzanne Cupps wrote: 'With more time, and better food, “people will be able to create their own dinners with simple recipes from chefs”.

What does she think home cooks have been doing for very many years?
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Re: What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

Postby northleedsbhoy » November 18th, 2019, 7:20 pm

My dinner will probably look the same as it does now. Sorry, but I don't want a 'talking head' to predict what I eat tonight, or tomorrow. Methinks you have too much time on your hands to bombard us folks in the UK with that type of what may happen in years to come.

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Re: What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

Postby suffolk » November 18th, 2019, 10:58 pm

When I was a teenager they told us that by the 21st century meals would be a thing of the past and we’d be taking our nutrition in the form of pills ... but thankfully they were wrong ... just because we can do something doesn’t mean that we will ... :hungry:
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Re: What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

Postby earthmaiden » November 18th, 2019, 11:18 pm

It's an interesting thing to ponder though. We're probably all eating things regularly we'd never even heard of some years ago. Looking at the natural global changes we expect through climate change and through politics and adding a few we don't expect may make us grateful to be eating anything.
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Re: What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

Postby Herbidacious » November 19th, 2019, 8:46 am

This is what some might be eating in high end restaurants, surely, rather than at home?

There not much more than a nod towards the vegan revolution apart from unrealistic suggestions - a cereal bar?! Or, just a plate of vegetables for dinner? Little protein and virtually no carbs. This is someone who simply doesn't understand vegetarian/vegan food or thinks that, ethical elements aside, vegetarians and vegans have different criteria for judging the food they eat. i.e. they don't care about how the food tastes and leaves you feeling. So I guess there will be little change in the attitude to non meat and fish dishes in the restaurant universe if this is paradigmatic.

However it's just a bit of fun, not a remotely realistic endeavour - these are cheffy answers after all.
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Re: What Will Dinner Look Like in 2029

Postby Seatallan » November 19th, 2019, 9:37 am

Still like the mussels and seaweed one. :

I'd like to hope that the recent trend towards veganism will result in a longer-term improvement when it comes to vegan and vegetarian options on restaurant menus.
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