Including our social media pancake experiment!!!!
In Chapter 3 of the 3D Food Printing Podcast we go into our epic 3DFP Roadtrip #2.
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- iTunes: 3DFPod Chapter 3 – 3D Food Printing Roadtrip #2
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In Chapter 2 of the 3D Food Printing Podcast Luis and I do a short wrap up of 2015.
Some of the topics discussed:
- Crowdfunding successes in 3DFP like PancakeBot and the Bocusini and Structur3d
- Culinary Lab opens
- 3D Chef’s collaborations
- Luis’ life changing Autodesk AIR Residency at Pier 9
You can subscribe or listen to the 2nd 3D Food Printing Podcast here:
- iTunes: 3DFPod Chapter 2 – 2015 in Review
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There was a lot that happened in 2015 and we covered most of it on 3DIGITALCOOKS.com so go ahead and hit the archives of the site to review 2015 on your own if the podcast wasn’t enough.
Did we miss something in 2015 that we didn’t cover in the #3DFPod or on the site? Let us know by using #3DFPod on social media to give us your feedback!
We ❤ PancakeBot!
If you’ve been following the digital cooking world as of late you should be more than aware of Miguel and his awesome PancakeBot, and if you’re a backer of the Kickstarter campaign earlier in the year then you should be salivating right about now because the news just dropped that it will be shipping your way soon!
We couldn’t wait …
Of course we reached out to Miguel before our 3D Food Printing Roadtrip to see if he was even going to be in town and to co-ordinate. We tried to make it work and time everything as good as we could, but it almost didn’t happen.
On to San Diego…
We’d just cleaned up after getting our minds blown at the Culinary Lab and went to catch our breath and have a banana at a nearby Safeway parking lot when Luis looked at me and said “Should we call Miguel?” and after a little pros and cons of the traffic situation during rush hour around the Los Angeles area we each took a step back, simultaneously jumped in the air and high-fived while yelling YOLO! (It was a sight to be seen.. hopefully by nobody else.. ever…)
We jumped back in the Camaro and hit the road…. as far as we could before our first stau (traffic jam) which took all of about 5 minutes to get stuck in.
After about 3+ hours (normally about a 1 hour trip) and memorizing Drake’s Hotline Bling (after the 65th play in that timeframe) we finally came to the almost-bottom of the west coast, San Diego, found PancakeBot HQ, hugs and handshakes with Miguel and family and then straight into a hardcore geeking out session about the PancakeBot.
Finally getting the chance to meet in-person the inspiration behind the food printing wonder, Lily (his daughter) and meeting the rest of Miguel’s beautiful and awesome family (HUGE shout out and THANK YOU to his wife Runi for having us over) Earlier in the year Luis and I had the opportunity for an exclusive first look at the PancakeBot when we had Miguel on our 3D Food Printing Experts of the World Video Interview Series, check out that interview here: 3DFP VI#3 – PancakeBot Creator Miguel Valenzuela
Thank you to the Valenzuelas
Thank you again to Runi, Miguel and the whole family for inviting and accepting us in as if we we’re one of them!
Jason + Luis
AND THEY ALREADY MADE IT!
Congratulation on this one! As backers we just can not wait to get our hand on a PancakeBot! To celebrate it we bring you a new 3d food printer interview, hope you enjoy.