The Food Trends Predicted to Take Over Menus in 2020. An outlook of 2020's biggest food and restaurant trends - Insider. Insider spoke with two restaurant and culinary experts to explore up-and-coming food trends for 2020.Fermented drinks like kombucha and makgeolli will grow in popularity in 2020.Kids' menus will get more ambitious, with chefs incorporating more whole grains and global cuisine into their meals.Home meal kits will also become an increasingly popular restaurant alternative.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
The 2010s have been marked by avocado toast, kale, plant-based meat alternatives, and recently, cult-favorite fast-food chicken sandwiches. But with a new decade just around the corner, what's the next big thing we should expect in food? To find out, Insider spoke with Hudson Riehle, the senior vice president of research at the National Restaurant Association, and Allan Sherwin, a professor of culinary management at Michigan State University. Keep reading to see their predictions for the 2020 food scene. In The Know Food on Instagram: “This tiny watch holds an entire meal □ Click the link in bio for full video . . . . . #technology #design #style #innovation…” Stella Artois At Refinery29 29Rooms In Toronto. TORONTO—Stella Artois has reimagined its multi-sensory dining experience, Sensorium, multiple times since the series first launched in Toronto in 2015.
For the beer brand’s latest interpretation of the culinary activation, it returned to Canada as one of the highlights of an event known for its immersive environments: Refinery29's 29Rooms. Refinery29’s latest iteration of its interactive art exhibit traveled to Toronto for the first time as part of the media brand’s five-city “Expand Your Reality" tour that launched earlier this year. The event, which ran September 26 to October 6 at Exhibition Place, featured 29 installations and experiences from local and international artists, and brands including Stella Artois.
While many of the rooms appeared at other tour stops, Stella Artois’ “Sensorium: Deja Food” was exclusive to Toronto. For the experience, guests walked through a series of stations designed to activate all five senses and explore the idea of déjà vu. Snøhetta’s “Under” Is Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant. Makr Shakr - How it works. A New Circular Juice Machine Turns Orange Peels into Bioplastic Cups.
Gallery — Laser eats. CBD and Ugly Produce Among Benchmark’s Top F&B Trends for 2020. Groups will see more food and beverage using CBD, plant-based protein and ugly produce next year, according to Benchmark’s recently released its Top Dining Trends for 2020.
The hospitality company, with 80 hotels, resorts and restaurants across the U.S. and internationally, surveyed its executive chefs and culinary experts to come up with its latest annual Top 10 list. “More than recognizing trends, Benchmark properties are evolving food and beverage programming to not only remain relevant amid consumer demand but ensure we are operating responsibly,” says Olivier Gaupin, director of culinary operations for Benchmark. Benchmark’s 2020 Dining Trends 1. The Notorious C.B.D. The CBD food trend has exploded in the past year. [Related Content: How Essential Oil Scents Can Transform Events] In The Know Foodie on Instagram: “Hand-cranked cocktail machine makes eight negronis at a time □@curfewcph . . . . . #foodie #food #yum #drinks #cheers #cocktails #negroni”
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Users place the treat on the mini turntable and press a button, prompting the cardboard device to play a prerecorded song; every time a bite is taken and the cookie is placed back on the player, the song changes. Snackers can even record their own messages or songs.