Edible Spray Paint: Say What?!

published Feb 29, 2012
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Yes. You read that right. The Deli Garage Food Cooperative, based in Germany, has developed an edible spray paint for those times when, you know, your tomato needs some serious BLING. (Who wants to eat a dowdy tomato? Not I.)

Their product description cracks me up:

Fine silver cutlery, gold-plated cups – there are some things in life you just can’t see enough of. As of now, the same applies to a good steak with Food Finish, the most stylish way to refine your culinary creations. Food Finish is as easy to use as the result is beautiful: off with the lid and on with the spray. Food Finish chrome-plates and gold-coats everything and anything in the kitchen that fits under its spray nozzle. It is completely harmless and tasteless.

Yes, that is exactly what I always thought my steak was missing. Not juices, not a bit of extra flavoring, but a nice chrome-plated finish.

Buy It If You Dare: Ess-Lack Food Finish, € 24,80 from The Deli Garage