Chef Homaru Cantu (head chef at the Moto restaurant in Chicago) cooks with inkjet printers! The inks are organic (fruit and vegetable mixtures) and the papers are made of corn starch and soybean. First he prints an image of some food and then he will rub spices and flavourings on the back to produce the appropriate “dish”. The sheets can then be and then be fried, frozen or baked.
Before you shake your head and think that he’s crazy, keep in mind that his customers will shell out about $240 (per person) for a 20-course meal.
And Cantu is not done: Read the article for more of his radical cooking ideas.