Friday, February 18, 2011

Bacon On Demand

 I don't care what you may say about the Japanese, but any culture that can create a Bacon Vending Machine rules in my book.

And by the way, the Scotsmen have their own that dispenses Bacon Rolls.

"From Scotland, world cholesterol centre, comes the "Bacon Roll Dispensing Vending Machine".
Both elements, roll and bacon, are kept frozen and cooked on demand for that freshly made taste. Imagine a snake-like conveyor belt with seperate comparments side by side. Bacon has decent amount of fat on it, roll is of the correct "Chewy morning roll slathered with butter" variety.
Stock is kept frozen until correct money is inserted, whereupon conveyor advances one unit, dispensing roll and bacon onto seperate conveyors. Roll passes though a micowave chamber (5s at 2kW?), bacon under an intense halogen grill, flipped halfway, visable from the outside through glass screen. Bacon is flipped onto roll, and emerges from chute. Total time elapsed, 20 seconds.
If machine is not used for 30 minutes, it cleans itself like an automatic toilet.
shameless_self_reference, Sep 12 2002

Via : HalfBakery

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