Week 4 and 5 of our future of dining editorial series covered exciting food tech ground. Mitchell Davis of the James Beard Foundation makes a case for a sustainability-driven Yelp, Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs and the Food52 team call for a Github for home cooking, Haven Bourque chats with Siren Fish Co. founder Anna Larsen about how tech can bolster sustainable fishing and much more.
Check out our 10 future of dining posts from the last two weeks below, complete with nifty quote images for your viewing (and social sharing) pleasure, and have a look at all of the submissions we’ve posted so far here.
Due to an outpouring of incredible contributions, we’ve decided to extend the series through the end of July. So if you have thoughts (infographics, illustrations etc.) on the matter, feel free to send them our way. Either forward a link to nina [at ] foodtechconnect [dot] com or share via Twitter (#hackdining), Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn or Tumblr.
Mitchell Davis, Executive Vice President of the James Beard Foundation, explores how a socially-conscious reviewing app could help producers and consumers bolster a more responsible food culture.
Food52’s Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs envision a future for home cooking where Instagram photos link to recipes and you track recipe changes like Github.
Kristen Hawley of Chefs+Tech believes that standout consumer-facing restaurant technologies should combine these elements into well-designed, unique and useful packages.
NoWait CEO Ware Sykes explores how restaurants can increase efficiency and guest satisfaction while lowering costs by embracing mobile technologies.
David Bloom of Ordr.in shares is thoughts on leveraging tech to help restaurants better interact with diners, weather through email newsletters, social media or order history.
Zach Buckner of Relay Foods examines how local grocery delivery gives home cooks more time and facilitates knowledge-sharing between producers and consumers, building a healthier future for dining.
Anna Larsen of Siren Fish Co. discusses how tech helps her run her community supported fishery, explores the sustainable seafood hack of her dreams and shares her fish heros.
Founder David Feller envisions a “food interface layer” that knows your taste preferences and integrates with all of the services you use to make food decisions.
Mary Beth Albright explores why bolstering the connection between good food advocates and technology advocates is vitally important to the future of dining.
Dan Susman believes showcasing positive stories of people transforming the food system is paramount to the future of dining, and his new documentary, Growing Cities, sets out to do just that.