Yum! Tuck into this 12-course meal in a can
(Credit: Christopher Godfrey)
Astronauts used to have it really bad when it came to orbital dining options. Freeze-dried powders and cube food made for pretty depressing fare.
Now they have everything from fresh fruit to scrambled eggs. But what they really need is this 12-course meal in a can.
British design student Christopher Godfrey doesn’t seem to have been thinking of spacefaring diners when he conceived All in One, a layered gourmet feast in a can. Doubtless the container would be unsuitable for space, but think of the gross-out fun you could have with this in zero-g.
Indeed, his description of this head-scratcher, apparently inspired by Andy Warhol, suggests it’s all about earthbound waste, not heavenly vittles.
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