7 Amazing High-Tech Kitchen Gadgets

We recently spent a week talking about the Kitchen of the Future - how technology could completely change how we eat, how our environment could dictate what kinds of food we can grow, and what kitchen gadgets will look like in the future. In fact, we envisioned a...
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Food Industry News: 3D Printed Food with Foodini

Exciting news: playing with your food is no longer just relegated to children. Adults have the option now too, with the recent innovations in food technology. According to a recent CNN article, the 3D printing trend has been extended to the food industry with a new...
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Re-inventing the Classics = Great Innovation!

Often times innovation is confused with invention. They are actually quite different things. Invention is creating something that did not exist before and innovation is typically the re-invention of something that has been around for quite some time. Re-invention can...
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Here’s What Happens When You Merge a Skillet with Technology

Smart technology is permeating every inch of our lives, from thermostats that analyze our temperature preferences and configure the inside temperature to smart locks that open with the press of a button on our smartphones. Nothing is immune from the advancements of...
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The Future of Chefware: A Fashionista In The Kitchen

Roberta Donato is a Brazilian apparel designer, with 6+ years experience in the action sports and high-end swimwear industry and is an avid lover of ‘smart fabrics’. Having lived in places such as London, Sydney, Rio and California she is able to be...
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Food Innovation Spotlight: Laser-cut Pie, Anyone?

Pie decoration is getting a face lift thanks to technology. Interestingly enough, the guys over at Quirky found a new way to create intricate designs and images on food through a laser technology commonly used to create packaging prototypes and mock-ups. It's the...
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Is the Future Full of 3D Printed Food?

Last week, we wrote an article about Foodini - a 3D printer for food - and how it's poised to completely upset the natural order of the kitchen. It's a technology that will not only have major implications for consumer food products, but also commercial and even home...
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From Different Perspectives Comes Innovation

Creating Something New. If we want to create something new we need information from which to build new ideas. Some of the simplest information we can use to create something new in cooking is cultural information. Simply learning about different cuisines gives us new...
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Small Changes, Big Innovations

When innovating we do not need to always be thinking about the disruptive, earth shattering innovations. Even small innovations in unexpected places can lead to new and better experiences. Take the recent study in the journal Flavour The Taste of Cutlery: How the...
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Innovation Series Part 6: Iteration-Tweak, Re-do, Perfect

Welcome back to the Be A Kitchen Innovator blog series on The Knickerbocker Glory! This is the sixth post in the series that will discuss Iteration. I hope you find it useful. Iteration - Tweak, Re-Do, Perfect In the first, second, third, fourth and fifth posts of...
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Kitchen Aid and The Future of Design

Kitchen Aid and The Future of Design

In just over a month, the popular design conference, Dwell on Design, will be held in New York City, where some of our favorite food brands will be exhibiting and showcasing new products. While we won't be able to attend, we were able to snag some face time with...

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7 Amazing High-Tech Kitchen Gadgets

7 Amazing High-Tech Kitchen Gadgets

We recently spent a week talking about the Kitchen of the Future - how technology could completely change how we eat, how our environment could dictate what kinds of food we can grow, and what kitchen gadgets will look like in the future. In fact, we envisioned a...

read more
Internet of Things, Meet the Kitchen.

Internet of Things, Meet the Kitchen.

If you've been even slightly paying attention to the news over the last twelve months, you're almost definitely been introduced to the term "Internet of Things". From smart door locks that can be unlocked from a phone app to connected kitchen scales that sync up to a...

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Is the Future Full of 3D Printed Food?

Is the Future Full of 3D Printed Food?

Last week, we wrote an article about Foodini - a 3D printer for food - and how it's poised to completely upset the natural order of the kitchen. It's a technology that will not only have major implications for consumer food products, but also commercial and even home...

read more

Innovation Series Part 4: Generating New Ideas

Welcome back to the Be A Kitchen Innovator blog series on The Knickerbocker Glory! This is the fourth post in the series that will discuss Idea Generation. I hope you find it useful. Generating New Ideas In the first, second and third posts of this series we talked...

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Innovation Series Part 3 – Creating Themes

Welcome back to the Be A Kitchen Innovator blog series on The Knickerbocker Glory! This is the third post in the series that will discuss the creation of opportunity areas from which new ideas will be created. I hope you find it useful. Creating Themes and Opportunity...

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Innovation Series Part 1- Stating Your Purpose

Welcome to the Be a Kitchen Innovator Blog Series on The Knickerbocker Glory. This post is the first post in the series and covers the all important first step of innovation - writing a statement of purpose. The post will explore creating a statement of purpose and...

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Re-inventing the Classics = Great Innovation!

Re-inventing the Classics = Great Innovation!

Often times innovation is confused with invention. They are actually quite different things. Invention is creating something that did not exist before and innovation is typically the re-invention of something that has been around for quite some time. Re-invention can...

read more

The New Book About Culinary Innovation

The early reviews are in and they are very positive for a great book about culinary innovation! You are certain to create great WOW moments with this book! The Early Reviews ☆☆☆☆ ...It is not an easy thing to teach someone to think in a different way, "outside the...

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From Different Perspectives Comes Innovation

Creating Something New. If we want to create something new we need information from which to build new ideas. Some of the simplest information we can use to create something new in cooking is cultural information. Simply learning about different cuisines gives us new...

read more

Small Changes, Big Innovations

When innovating we do not need to always be thinking about the disruptive, earth shattering innovations. Even small innovations in unexpected places can lead to new and better experiences. Take the recent study in the journal Flavour The Taste of Cutlery: How the...

read more

Innovation In Action – 11 Madison Park

The best part of any innovation process is seeing something new. When we see a new idea come to life and we say "WOW"! It does not have to be something absolutely new. A re-invention of what already exists is equally interesting. This is happening all around us and...

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