Skip to comments.Sandwiches in a can: Can-do or can-donít?
Posted on 07/21/2010 9:48:09 AM PDT by Kartographer
Mark Kirkland is used to skeptics. Hes comfortable with critics. Hes unfazed by the reaction he typically gets the first time people hear about his invention: Ewwwwwwww.
Kirkland, 50, of Salt Lake City, Utah, has dedicated more than a decade of his life to a single concept: The sandwich in a can.
Or, actually, make that a few concepts: Sandwiches in a can. Pizza in a can. French toast in a can. Cinnamon rolls in a can.
Why a can? Because, when combined with techniques similar to those used to preserve Meals Ready-to-Eat for soldiers, an aluminum can keeps food fresh for a full year or even longer. Yes, thats right: A fresh, year-old sandwich.
(Excerpt) Read more at today.msnbc.msn.com ...
This better not put SPAM out of business.
Yes, it's real.
brown bread in a can? Some had raisins in them.
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Ya really think they were raisins huh????
Just like aboard ship, the flecks, specks etc in the fresh baked bread...swear some of them survived the ovens but we called them proteins, even when moving.....ha....
Yoder’s bacon is good eats!
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