By turning the saying â€śyou are what you eatâ€ť on its head, we can look forward to optimal, simple nutrition in future. Thatâ€™s because one of the most promising future food styles wants to guarantee us healthy convenience cuisine on the basis of individual requirements. Tell me who you are and Iâ€™ll tell you what you should eat.
No matter if small, big, in cottage style or high gloss look â€“ kitchens are just as diverse as their owners. Thatâ€™s why it is so exciting to have a look into peopleâ€™s personal cooking zone and maybe even get to learn something about the cooks themselves. In our new blog series LivingKitchen Stories, we have asked successful food bloggers from all around the world what their kitchens look like, what they canâ€™t live without and what they find more important in the end: design or functionality?
Eating together traditionally plays an important role all over the world. For some years now, however, cooking together has been enjoying growing popularity as well, as open-plan layouts in which the kitchen, dining area and living room merge into one single space go to show. But now cooking in company is going one step further â€“ and moving outside. Whereas the idea of planning a house with an outdoor kitchen goes back a long way in Southern Europe, this trend is now establishing itself in the rather less sun-kissed climes of Central and Northern Europe as well. After all, what could be nicer than cookingÂ andÂ eating with friends on long, balmy summer evenings?