PR Specialist Misel Saban Counts Down Her Top Picks for Meal Sharing Ideas

By: Alyson Wyers - Apr 30, 2015
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In the digital age it can be difficult to gather friends or family around for meal sharing purposes. Trend Hunter Public Relations Specialist Misel Saban discusses her favorite examples of connected meal time, from mobile meal-sharing communities to dinner party services and anti-technology pepper shakers.

If you want to get to know your neighbors better, the SupperKing app enables you to be a dinner party host and invite people in the area over for some good food and socializing. Similarly, the Kitchit app provides customized catered meals and a personal chef so you can focus on the social aspects of entertaining guests. Casserole is a social good spin on meal sharing, allowing you to invite over hungry people in the area and ensure no food goes to waste.

For device-addicted families, the Pepper Hacker by Domio shuts down the TV, wifi and electronics with just one twist. It's also a functioning pepper mill.