Food & Wine recently created The Plate Project — where they asked a few notable folks from the food industry what a dinner plate might look like 35 years from now. And, rather than having to listen to a few foodies pontificate about the current state of food and its apparently doomed future — F&W had them instead get all artsy and actually create a plate.
The Plate Project, unsurprisingly, becomes a display of the bleak future of food and agriculture — with heavy emphasis on the role of pharmaceuticals and science. Also of note is a plate by culinary instructor Dave Arnold, who just went ahead and deep-fried a plate — perhaps summing up perfectly the inevitable progression from our current eating habits. Check them all out here.