3-D Printed Food?

Since I work in a nuclear physics lab I am very familiar with the capabilities of 3-D printing.  They are used at Jefferson Lab to create prototypes and parts for particle detectors and other uses. Seeing these things work is just amazing, but I never thought they would be used to create food, and yet here it is - 3-D printed food.  A little pricey for Nutella Toast, but its a start.

I'd rather have a 3-D printed robot to clean up the mess, how about you?