Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Edible beer cans

Beer cans that you can eat
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Well, they're beer cans that you can eat. Made out of something that will last long enough to drink the beer without disintergrating and then you've got the post booze snack. Alternatively you could have them microvable or boilable but with a variety of greasy chip shop delights for flavour i.e. kebab - with or without chilli sauce - chips and fish. Everyone knows that after you've drank enough to need this kind of snack the texture isn't really important and the taste is pretty basic. Even if you're not feeling all that peckish at the time, you can save up your empties and invite your friends round for dinner. This also reduces the need to recycle as the traditional metal can should be.
Miss Weston Smith, Oct 11 2002

yummy cup http://www.halfbake...om/idea/yummy_20cup
[phoenix, Oct 11 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Yeah, I reckon it's perfectly feasible to make cans out of kebab material. In fact, I'm rushing off to patent it as we speak. Seriously though, would you want a "kebab" after every beer?
sild, Oct 11 2002

       Well, we did edible cups once. I suppose we could recycle the same technology.
phoenix, Oct 11 2002

       What if someone got really hungry and there was no food, just beer. It could get really messy, really quickly.
blissmiss, Oct 11 2002

       What, you can't eat the beer cans now?
Mr Burns, Oct 11 2002

       What, you can't open them with fake electrons?
FarmerJohn, Oct 11 2002

       I've just got back in from 'a night out'...if only some of the bottles had been edible I'd have saved the effort of cooking snacks when I got back home...croissant from me.
bagel, Oct 15 2002


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