In the last years, Human–Food Interaction (HFI) has emerged as an area of significant interest in the HCI community. Herby, ‘food’ and what is loosely referred to as ‘food practices’ – for example, shopping, eating, cooking, growing, and disposal – have grown out of the periphery of HCI research to become a central topic of interest in and of themselves. There is a growing body of research to understand food practices as a socio-cultural artefact where food plays a central role in our health, well-being, social lives, environmental sustainability, production, transportation, consumption and waste of food. Within this seminar, the students will collaboratively examine the current areas of HFI. In the form of seminar thesis, individual HFI areas will be analyzed and presented detail.