Eating meals in 2014 has become a completely different experience than it was 20 — even 10 — years ago. And when you’re dining in New York City, that’s a whole other beast.
Anyone who lives here knows that just eating dinner is a production in itself. Do you cook after that long commute, or do you order take out? While that’s the crux of the food conundrum for most, something that we can all relate to is what actually happens during the meal.
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Photographer Miho Aikawa captured all of this in her series, “Dinner in NY,” where she snapped NYC residents at their most vulnerable — dinnertime.
A study in Public Health Nutrition which compiles data relating to American’s food-related time use over the past 30 years reveals some interesting trends.
Eating as a primary activity declined in the past 30 years. On the other hand, eating as a secondary activity rose dramatically in the past 30 years.
Check out her amazing photos here
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