I Ate at the World’s First 3-D Printed Food Restaurant
At the recently opened FoodInk pop-up in London, the furniture, utensils, and food are all 3-D-printed. But are puréed ingredients extruded through a syringe really the future of cooking?
Let's Talk About 3D-Printed Food
We can make cool-looking pastries that taste kind of like Girl Scout Trefoil cookies—is there value in that?
Jason Koebler at Motherboard
The Future Of Snacks May Include Your Face On An Ice Pop
The Icepop Generator is exactly what we should be doing with 3D printers. You are what you eat.