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Sandwiches in a Can?
tedster




msg:4167797
 7:04 pm on Jul 10, 2010 (gmt 0)

This item hit the news cycle because the man behind the idea is accused of playing it fast and loose with his investors. But the idea itself is so far out there that it deserves some ridicule, er attention, on its own:

Sandwiches in a Can [gothamist.com]

According to the article, there are also plans for canned french toast.

 

LifeinAsia




msg:4167808
 7:22 pm on Jul 10, 2010 (gmt 0)

Meals in cans... Wasn't canned beer already invented?

jimbeetle




msg:4167841
 9:26 pm on Jul 10, 2010 (gmt 0)

He, he, he. Had a good laugh when I saw this the other day; decided then that this is what bucket lists are for.

I grew up with a lot of the '50s and '60s canned "convenience foods" like the potato sticks in a can, the fried onions you put in the green bean casserole, canned date nut bread, and I love sandwiches, so the Candwich is kind of a dream come true. Just not sure why the blurb on the can calls them "pocket sandwiches."

Oh, and I also loved C-Rations. Pork Loaf, anyone?

lumpy




msg:4167851
 10:38 pm on Jul 10, 2010 (gmt 0)

this was on the Colbert report, some guy invested $145,000 into "candwiches" and ultimately succeeded? Found this : [markonefoods.com ]

incrediBILL




msg:4167869
 11:13 pm on Jul 10, 2010 (gmt 0)

If people will eat spam, potted meat and vienna sausages, anything is possible.

Although this is probably the most disgusting thing I've ever heard of since vegemite which is made from left-over brewers yeast.

Blech.

cien




msg:4167954
 4:03 am on Jul 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

LOL. And the thing is that the canwich will most likely be a very successful product. Americans go for all this fancy stuff. I used to sell food at the fair and these weird food items were the best sellers, the longer lines:

- fried coca cola, fried lemonade, fried ice cream, coke on a stick, fried oreo cookies, fried Twinkies, fried candy bars.

john_k




msg:4168060
 12:27 pm on Jul 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

- fried coca cola, fried lemonade, fried ice cream, coke on a stick, fried oreo cookies, fried Twinkies, fried candy bars.


I can picture the fried oreos, twinkies, and candy bars. I've heard of fried ice cream enough to know it can be done. And coke on a stick I can guess is frozen. But how do you fry coca-cola or lemonade? Next it will be fried lard. Or fried canwiches.

lawman




msg:4168106
 4:57 pm on Jul 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

Next thing you know they'll have instant H20 in a can.

<added> Wouldn't you know it? It's already been done [bernardfoods.com]. </added> ;)

cien




msg:4168111
 5:10 pm on Jul 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

They are mainly crowd pulling names, but people go nuts for this food; especially kids. You fry dough soaked in coke. Here is a pic of the fried coke: [digitalheadbutt.files.wordpress.com...]

Add lemonade instead of coke for the fried lemonade one. Replace the cup for a stick and you have the fried coke or lemonade on a stick. People go crazy for these artery cloggers!

StoutFiles




msg:4168117
 5:24 pm on Jul 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

fried ice cream


Fried ice cream is a popular dessert at Mexican restaurants. At least the ones around here, anyway.

incrediBILL




msg:4168121
 5:44 pm on Jul 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

OK, someone already beat this guy to a real product with a CHEESEBURGER IN A CAN - for real
[oddee.com...]

There's 14 other bizarre canned things on that page, my fave is roasted crickets with eggs.

If you're still not queasy, try this list of canned fare:
[damncoolpics.blogspot.com...]

Lots of yummy bugs toward the bottom.

cien




msg:4168122
 5:50 pm on Jul 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

Those pics made me hungry. Get me an idea. Gonna make me some "Calamares en salsa" tonight!

lumpy




msg:4168275
 4:14 am on Jul 12, 2010 (gmt 0)

there is no way that cheeseburger comes out like that!

Old_Honky




msg:4171482
 1:12 pm on Jul 16, 2010 (gmt 0)

This is old technology, we used to eat peas out of a can now we eat frozen peas. I'm putting my money into "Icewiches" (frozen sandwiches) -ideal for that extra fresh lunchtime experience - all you need is a portable freezer unit and mini-microwave for defrosting...

engine




msg:4171690
 5:31 pm on Jul 16, 2010 (gmt 0)

>"Icewiches"
I do that, already. :)
In the morning, remove the frozen slices of bread from the freezer, add fillings, wrap in a container (bag, box, whatever you want), and it keeps fresh 'til lunchitime. :)

As for the can, well, how ludricrous.

jimbeetle




msg:4174027
 1:48 pm on Jul 21, 2010 (gmt 0)

A Today Show [today.msnbc.msn.com] producer got to try the PB&J version. Her's didn't come in the actual can because the product still has to undergo "hurdle technology":

...hurdles to prevent the growth of any pathogens or unwanted organisms in the food. By controlling the amount of oxygen, acidity and water inside the packaging and the sandwich itself, pathogens can be stopped in their tracks...

The most disappointing thing is that you have to assemble it yourself. Yeah, I can see myself with a hot dog bun on my lap squeezing pb&j out of plastic packets.

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