The edible Map project aims to collect spatial data on urban land suitable for grow food. The project so far has been used in Peterborough, Newcastle, Hackney, and Dallas as well as Croydon and Elephant and Castle. In developing the project I am seeking to find a bridge between academic research, economic developments, and people within the subject of urban food production. The basic concept of the Edible Map is best understood as a data-driven site-specific visualisation tool to engage with people in their own neighbours through a walking and talking. This walking and talking takes the form of a specify event, usually over a week, composed of 16 twice daily walk of around two hours. Each walk is different because the people who walk with me and talk to each other are different. The map uses accurate spatial data that is then given a value; while some might think of adding a skate park, mini-golf, or a pop-up bar to these spaces, I am adding food production.