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Re: [BKARTS] Edible Books



Dunkin Donuts has been doing this for awhile, too; just bring in your photo and you get a
cake with edible photo on it. Not bad ----
Bertha Rogers

On 3 Feb 2005 at 13:51, Editions wrote:

> I've not grasped the edible book concept, but for those who have, there was
> an article in the New York Times this morning about Moto, a restaurant in
> Chicago that serves edible photos and food-shaped objects printed on a Canon
> i560 printer using edible paper made of soybeans and cornstarch and
> food-based inks.
>
> I think you have to sign in to access the article on line.  Go to
> www.nytimes.com, then select Technology from the left-hand menu, then
> Circuits, then look for "When the Sous-Chef Is an Inkjet" by David
> Bernstein.
>
> Happy digesting!
>
> Ed Hutchins
>
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