12 April, 2017
The 24 Best Inventions For FoodPosted in : Hacks, Science on by : EyeOnFood Tags: awesome, BADASS, Food, Kitchen, Pics, Science, TECH
The 24 Best Inventions For Food
The condiment stand that makes sure the ketchup is always ready to pour.
The label on this mango that tells you when it’s at optimum ripeness.
The Pringles-like crisps that have a tab that you lift up, saving you from trying to squeeze your hand into the tube.
The instant noodles that come with a strainer attached.
The chopsticks that are also a fork, in case you’re not feeling too confident.
The Japanese chewing gum that comes with tiny Post-it style papers so you can throw it away when your all chewed out.
This picnic bench that includes a high chair, seating for small children, seating for a adults, AND space for wheelchair users.
The brownies that are colour coded so you know whether they’re from the corner, edge, or centre of the tray.
The restaurant tables that have a safe place for your phone to avoid spilling anything on it.
The “all you can eat” restaurant that charges you different amounts based on your height.
The toaster that has a “bit more” option for when your toast isn’t quiiiite done.
The menu that gives you the option of buying the kitchen staff a six-pack of beer as a thank you.
This Prague restaurant that delivers your order via train.
The shopping trolleys that have magnifying glasses attached to help visually impaired people read labels.
These signs that tell the waiting staff whether to help you or leave you alone.
The microwave that knows exactly how long to cook your food for when you scan the barcode.
And the one that offers a “sound off” setting so you don’t piss off your entire office every time you make lunch.
The restaurant that offers complimentary mouthwash in the bathroom should the garlic be taking its toll.
The holes in these tables so that you can support these cones of fries if you want to eat-in.
The bathroom that gives you an option of scented or unscented soap, depending on whether you’ve finished eating.
The restaurant that uses this simple but very effective Lego technique to keep track of their tables.
This wonderful strategically-placed tortilla chip that prevents the beans from getting the taco all soggy.
The bar that serves Coke with ice cubes made from Coke, so your drink doesn’t get watered down when they melt.
This utensil that is a spoon, fork, AND removable toothpick, all in one.