We had drinkable books, so inevitably we now have edible ones too. Here, courtesy of Book Patrol, is La Bibla de Churrasco.

They also posted about a lasagna book.

The trouble with these books is of course that you end up consuming them, so you can’t really, as Tramontina claims, put them on your shelves. One might think the e-book applications may be tough to implement, though a Cambridge (UK) company called Dovetailed has just announced 3-D printed fruit — so we may live in hope. This story from 3-D Print was delivered by Slashdot. The Dovetailed website has a video showing a rasp being printed, and consumed with apparent gusto.