The possibilities are endless, and the food you'll create will definitely impress. Of course, Jetsons-style food doesn't come cheap. The Kickstarter is about halfway to it's $100,000 goal, and the device will retail for around $1,300. But with its sleek design and all the potential applications, the Foodini might become the most important appliance in your kitchen.
Evan Scott Schwartz is the Tech editor for Supercompressor. He's waiting for the booze 3D printer.