Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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HotCold Food

new food category and packaging to make it real
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i like apple pie cold and brownies hot a hot brownie with a thin layer of ice cold apple pie on top would make an excellent dessert

any combination of two foods that are perfect together when one is served hot and one is served cold could apply here like hot turkey and ice cold cranberry sauce

this is how it works food package with two compartments one side keeps the food, or makes it hot thinking along the lines of chemical sock or glove warmers the other compartment keeps the food cold thinking that liquid nitrogen filling could work for this side

when you tear the package open the contents fall out in sequence so that the cold item lands on top of the hot food item thus making the appropriate combination

vfrackis, Aug 27 2009


       Anyone remember the McDLT?
RayfordSteele, Aug 27 2009

       The problem with using hand warmers for packaging is that they only give off heat for ~7 hours.
Lottere, Aug 28 2009

       Hmmm. (+)
If a small rechargable battery operated compressor could turn one portion of a picnic cooler into a fridge for a few hours, the waste heat could keep another portion warm.

       Can't see it working in a pouch though.   

       A battery pack, a peltier, and a styrofoam container could do it.
RayfordSteele, Aug 28 2009

       Sounds like a recipe for getting sued, once some idiot mixes the glove warmer with the turkey.
backdoorangel, Feb 07 2010

       next up: edible Peltier's.
FlyingToaster, Feb 08 2010


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