sept 27, 2013 – march, 2014: taste time in 3 eat’inspirations

time and food are inextricably connected. mealtimes provide rhythm and structure our daily lifes. just like seasonal produce. as a pendant of fast food a while ago the concept of slow food was introduced. there is a revival of cooking techniques and methods from earlier times, but with a contemporary twist. we are also more and more interested in the future of our food. various milestones in life we ​​celebrate with food: like births, birthdays, a new job, etc.

time seems to be a scarce commodity nowadays. no time to cook is more rule than exception. most of the time we not only eat, but are at the same time multitasking. shelf life or expiration date should help us to determine if we can consume a product or not.

so, time plays an important role in the phenomenon of food and eating, and can be accessed and interpreted in various ways.

in short, it’s time to explore TIME. what can you expect from us:

  • a triptych of eat’inspirations, dining experiences in 5 dishes, interpretations of the notion time;
  • some time related specials:
    • october 20, 2013: where is my t. the launch of a new tea concept with a contemporary view on t.time during the dutch design week 2013 in eindhoven;
    • feb 14, 2014: on valentine 2014 we will be inspired the expression for better & for worse followed by the finissage, during which we showcase the highlights of our time travelling;
  • the exhibition remains of the day, the beauty of leftovers,  we will be working on the exhibition from october 15, 2013 to february 13, 2014.
 

Thank you for visiting us!

Unfortunately De Culinaire Werkplaats is closed permanently.

eric meursing is still available as culinary advisor/food conceptualist/plant-based chef

eric.meursing1403@gmail.com