Horecatrends | Tips for Culinary videos worth watching week 20


YouTube has been a source of inspiration for spotting trends the past few years. Every day, thousands of movies are uploaded with new and interesting content. We too sometimes use videos as a source of inspiration to write about. With this week again a selection of 3 videos which our colleague Micha Luksenburg thinks are worth watching.

This week video’s about the winners of the overnight stay at the Louvre Museum, eatable art at Disney and ‘the Jewel’ at Changi Airport in Singapore!

Airport? Tourist attraction? Mall? | The ‘Jewel’ at Changi Airport in Singapore

Looking for an experience, then take look at the airport of Singapore. With the opening of the new nearly $ 1.3 billion ‘crown jewel’ to stay ahead of the competition. For example, they have an indoor waterfall which is almost 40 meters long. At night they even have a lightshow at the waterfall. They have the Shiseido rainforest with real hikes though lots of trees and orchids! They have 280+ shops amongst which 80 food & beverage outlets. Although the Jewel building can’t be visited if you’re only in transit at the airport but you could visit through the Jewel with a special kind of train. Curious to what else this airport has to offer? Then you should watch this movie!

Length: 08:00

Channel: CBNC International

Date: 16-03-2019

This is what a night at the Louvre Museum Looks like!

The pyramid of the Louvre Museum exists 30 years which had to be celebrated. The museum in Paris collaborated with AirBnb who by the way this year celebrated that they exist 10 years. A few weeks ago we showed the announcement video, now we show you the video of how the winners spend their night at the museum.

Length: 00:40

Channel: Euronews

Date: 01-05-2019

Disney now sells eatable art!

At Disney they now sell cotton candy flowers that could be made of as many as five layers, a real piece of art. So far Disney sells these during the Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival at the ‘Lotus House’ in the China Pavilion and you can buy them upto June 3 2019. But don’t be sad, Disney is not the only one selling these pieces of art. We spotted this phenomenon before especially in Japan and China!  Check out Google images, using the term ‘cotton candy art’! At our website you will find many more examples of the use of cotton candy by chefs.

Length: 00:56

Channel: Food Insider

Date: 01-05-2019


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