Across time and cultures, humans have positioned the kitchen in their minds and lives to have a pivotal role in their homes. The kitchen space unites people, and it behaves as the environment in which we recharge and find new energy through our eating habits. In the kitchen we treat ourselves to take care of our most basic needs, an indispensable factor which we may treat according to our demands. We attribute it as a core place to spend our time, and the quality of our cuisine habitat are crucial to our wellbeing. It is at the kitchen we initiate our daily interactions and where we have the chance to impress and indulge in our sense of taste.
As the world globalizes further, and we become more connected across geographical locations we have the possibility to embrace the cultural differences in how we make food, directly from our homes. Regardless how much we may be inspired by foreign cuisines while travelling, most often we are constrained to a specific location. If we intersect our curiosity for how others prepare and design their own meals, with our own capacity to take on new challenges we find a remarkable opportunity to indulge with fresh approaches and build knowledge around food.