The Glaswegian reports that diners are being invited to make their own dishes at a new Glasgow restaurant.
Cookie will be the first restaurant in Scotland to invite customers into the kitchen to prepare and cook the food.
They will have access to quality ingredients and be guided by a trained chef.
The eaterie is the brainchild of Scots-Italian architect Domenico Del Priore.
He hopes the concept of "horizontal cooking" will break down barriers between chef and diner.
Inspired by open family restaurants in Italy, Domenico predicts "self cooking" will be the next big thing.
How will health inspectors view the latest trend? Especially with cross-contamination issues.