Group of Scientists Create Working Chocolate Teapot
There's an old saying that denotes uselessness by comparing something to a chocolate teapot. After all, chocolate melts in your mouth and, well, mouths clock in at a tepid 98.6 degrees (mouths attached to the flu-infected withstanding.) Well, science has finally cracked that particular choco-code. Here is an actual chocolate teapot that makes tea and not a bizarre tea-like chocolate sludge.
Master chocolatier John Costello and a team of scientists created the handy, and edible, teapot in York, England. The trick was using pure, dark chocolate for the base and to finish it by building a series of silicon layers. The result? A perfect cup of tea, albeit one with a slight chocolate after-taste. It's a chocolate miracle!
The code to create a fully chocolate BBQ grill has yet to be cracked.