What does a tin can containing a 12-course meal look like? All In One has the answer. It's the creation of designer Chris Godfrey; a fresh take on gourmet dining that also serves as a commentary on the quality of mass-produced food. "Contemporary culture means on every trip into town you’re bombarded with gimmicks galore," explains Godfrey. "Gimmicks often diminish their products to turn a profit, downgrading on the content but selling you something that's '50 percent more.'"
All In One is crammed full of delectable treats, including pickled Kobe beef with a charred strawberry, halibut poached in truffle butter in a coconut sauce, rib eye steak with grilled mustard greens, and French canelé with a malt barley and hazelnut latte. Godfrey believes his creation "offers the 'average Joe' the chance to dine like royalty without the washing up." But while that all sounds appetizing, the end result would perhaps be better eaten from within the dingy confines of a nuclear fallout shelter.