The Big Bang Fair’s ‘Pizza of the Future’ shows how what we eat may change in years to come.
Every month for a year, the Menu for Mars Supper Club met at a New York restaurant, “gathering recommendations, suggestions and opinions from restaurateurs about what food they would prepare on Mars”.
A mission to Mars would take two to three years, and NASA is doing serious research on how best to ensure happy and well-fed astronauts for the whole trip.
In Britain today, snoek is nowhere to be seen, but SPAM is readily available in most grocery shops, suggesting the enduring legacy of food rationing 75 years on.
This is a really fun video, in which a chef tries to help astronauts on the ISS eat nicer meals by combining foods they already have in stock.
Let’s have a look at what the Apollo 11 crew have got stashed away in their space age picnic basket.