Food Finish Spray Paint 

Auric Goldfinger, eat your heart out.

King Midas might have had the golden touch, but he probably wasn't such a wizard in the kitchen. Gold is great for buying dinner, but not so good as dinner.

Until now.

German novelty food label The Deli Garage recently released Food Finish, edible spray paint that gilded gourmands can use to turn their cupcakes and Cornish game hens into glistening works of metallic gold, silver, red or blue art.

"Food Finish will chrome-plate and gold-coat anything in the kitchen that comes under its nozzle—from summer strawberries to the Christmas goose," reads "And with two new colours, you'll have your food blushing red and moody blue in a jiffy."

The Deli Garage claims the spray paint is "completely neutral in taste and harmless to eat," listing the gold ingredients as E943a, E943b, E944, ethanol, flavoring, E555, E171, E172.

But like its precious metal cousins, Food Finish can get a little spendy at 24.80 euros, or roughly $32 for a small can.

The Deli Garage offers a number of other novelty food products, like Honey Bond food glue, which it calls "a delectable means of sticking bread, croissants and crepes together," and Oil Change olive oils flavored with lemon, rosemary and chili.

Brace yourselves, we're moving into a new Gilded Age.

Pin It



Comments are closed.

Readers also liked…


Latest in Find

  • The Interactive News

    The Interactive News

    Journalism at its finest.
    • Jan 18, 2017
  • Musher's Secret

    Musher's Secret

    Invented in the early 1990s for sled dogs trekking through the frigid Northwest Territories of Canada, here's a salve made of 100 percent natural waxes and Vitamin E.
    • Jan 11, 2017
  • Cagle Cartoons

    Cagle Cartoons

    One cartoonist has taken it upon himself to serve as keeper of the flame.
    • Jan 4, 2017
  • More »

© 2017 Boise Weekly

Website powered by Foundation