Condiments Have Met Their Match in SWITL JT June 16, 2011 Condiments, Cool, Sandwiches 4 Comments When it comes to making a sandwich, as I have long said, condiments are the lubrication that keep the engine of a sandwich running. Â Without them, what do you have? Â It might as well be tumbleweed. As a result, I have sampled many forms of sandwich spreads, from spicy horseradish mayo to red pepper hummus and many things in between. Â I am generous with my additions, and as a result, there is often much cleanup to be done (post-sandwich, of course). Therefore, when I saw the invention below, my jaw hit the table. Â It is truly for the sandwich king that has everything. Developed by Japanese company Furukawa Kiko, the device called SWITL can take blobs of â€œsemi-liquidsâ€ right off the counter, seemingly untouched, and can even put them right back (or onto a sandwich). Â Iâ€™m not sure what the practical application is here, but it is really cool, and if you canâ€™t wow them with your sandwich, you might just have to wow them with the clean up. H/t to Fast Companyâ€™s twitter feed for the scoop. And for more on sandwiches, the So Good archives is packed. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts JT Latest posts by JT (see all) Starbucks Enters New Beverage Territory - August 1, 2013 Dole’s Banana Dippers Look Promising - July 7, 2013 Time For Summer Food - June 20, 2013 4 Responses Rick June 17th, 2011 Fascinating. Even after watching the video, I’m not sure how this technology will be used (neither do they, apparently), but I know that it’s important. Reply Eick June 17th, 2011 Amazing. That is some freaky black magic right there. Reply Rachelle June 17th, 2011 I have no idea how that thing works–but it looks like a lot of fun to play with! Thanks for sharing! Reply JT June 17th, 2011 Rachelle – Amen. It has something to do with Teflon, but it still boggles my mind. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.