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'Sunday Lunch in 2063' Previews Sustainable Food in the Future

 - May 6, 2013
References: farmlondon.weebly & notcot
While some have trouble thinking about what they're going to eat tomorrow, places like FARM:shop Dalston are whipping up tasty-sounding and bizarre-looking lunch parties fit for the future.

FARM:shop Dalston is an urban food hub located in the UK, so it only makes sense that this center for the culinary cutting edge is already thinking very far ahead about what humans will be eating. The fascinating thing about its spectacular Sunday Lunch in 2063 gathering is that it introduced many strange, futuristic delicacies to food lovers in glamorous style.

Presented as a fun lecture by mixologist Ryan Chetiyawardana, Shay Ola of the Rebel Dining Society and Duncan McRae of Hendrick’s British Ambassador, this trio has created a feast you'll never forget.

Featuring daring fixtures like locust and grasshopper dumplings and delicious drinks like the strawberry beer and spicy radish topping infused 'Closed Loop', the trio left many wishing they were actually in 2063.