As a food blogger, it can be pretty embarrassing when an onlooker scratches their head while they watch you arrange your meal so it’s Instagram worthy. On countless occasions, I’ve spent more time setting up my meal than eating it (note: this is also because I devour my food). I must not be alone in this because Tel Aviv restaurant Catit has partnered with Carmel Winery to create Foodography, a set of plates that make your meal look as appetizing as it tastes.

How does it work? The dinnerware has slots for smartphones on one end with the opportunity to rotate and create backdrops on the opposite end. After seeing the image of the prototype, I’m eager to see how it does in Tel Aviv. I hope Foodography makes it’s way to Canada because I could use another tool to show off my #foodporn in style.



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