Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Edible plates, spoons, forks, knives etc.

For people who don't like to do dishes
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No clean up! Just eat the plates and utensils. No more dishwater hands. There would be different flavors to complement your meal (i.e. red tomato plates for spaghetti). And no more worries about getting enough fiber.
smylly, Jan 04 2001

Baked http://www.outsidem...01/200001disp6.html
... but apparently not intended for *human* consumption. [absterge, Jan 04 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]


       Two words: Fondue Forks
thumbwax, Jan 04 2001

       In the 17th century they used to eat their meals off large slices of stale bread. The bread could then be thrown to the dogs or thrown to oneself.
Vance, Feb 07 2001

       Banana leaves are a popular plate in tropical climates. They're not really tasty, but they're definitely biodegradable, anyway.   

       Ethiopian (and related?) cuisine always comes on a special bread plate that you can eat. (It's actually pretty tasty, especially once it soaks up all the juices from the food.)
egnor, Feb 08 2001

       ...or paper ones, with fiber, and get regular.
iuvare, Feb 08 2001

       How about a new convention?: all foods must be consumed from ice cream cones.
Wes, Feb 08 2001


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