We've just got the latest update from the new project of Andrew Vanover, a photographer who was featured on the post in last March. Thus, the name of the project is 50 days 50 meals. Many people dream to go around the world, and there are many ways that can be taken to make it happen. Together with his friend, Austin Simmons, they do it through food, so this time the food is a universal language that they will use during their journey to more than 12 countries. Below is the information we get from their official website about what they actually do in the project 50 days 50 meals:
"50 days 50 meals is an initiative involving conversation, consumption and compilation. With food as a universal language, we intend to engage individuals from multiple socioeconomic backgrounds using the bistro table as common ground. Everyday for 50 days, we will seek out an individual/family with whom there is no connection (perfect stranger) and engage with them by either purchasing and/or preparing a meal for them."
The project will be documented through photography that is also accompanied by interesting stories behind them. Perhaps some will be displayed on this blog if it's allowed. In the meantime, you can follow this amazing journey via 50days50meals.com. For fast updates, follow their twitter account @50days50meals and facebook 50days50meals.
*You might want to read:
Interview with Andrew Vanover, March 2012.