This challenge has been so fun! I chose the sandwich from the Red Dwarf episode "Thanks for the memories". I was able to borrow the surgical instruments from a friend and the baby stuff I got from Dollar Tree for $2! The bottle of "bacteriological" elements is just a root beer bottle - and the food itself: bread, grape jelly (I didnt have any chutney, so I used grape jelly instead), eggs and chili sauce - are all typical at my house - so a very affordable photo shoot! I took 18 shots with my Nikon D3200 and 5 more shots with my iPhone CS5 (?). I then edited them and made the final layout in PSE10 and PScc. - And, yes, you do need to eat it before the bread dissolves!
“THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES” RED DWARF, SEASON 2, EPISODE 3
LISTER: Hol, give us something to eat.
HOLLY: You what? I'm jiggered man.
LISTER: Oh come on. You don't sleep.
HOLLY: Course I do. I've got to offline. I can't keep up my full tilt, full power, red hot, maximum pace all the time. I've got to take the odd breather, haven't I?
RIMMER: I want a triple fried egg sandwich with...
LISTER: With chili sauce and chutney.
HOLLY: You what?
LISTER: It's a state of the art sarny.
HOLLY: It's the state of the floor I'm worried about. Alright, OK.
RIMMER holds up his hand and the much discussed food item appears in it.
LISTER: Wow, trust me!
RIMMER takes a bite and a succession of expressions are seen on his face. He ends up at something like a mixture of pain, horror and shock. He may be drunk but he's still got pain receptors.
RIMMER: I feel like I'm having a baby!
LISTER: It's good innit?
RIMMER: It's incredible. Where did you get the recipe from?
LISTER: I can't remember. I think it was a book on bacteriological warfare.
RIMMER: It's like a cross between food and bowel surgery.
LISTER: (Nodding) It's well naughty. The trouble is you've got to eat it before the bread dissolves.
RIMMER: I could never invent a sandwich like this, Lister. You see all the ingredients are wrong. The fried eggs: wrong; the chutney: wrong. The chili sauce: all wrong. But put them together and somehow it works. It becomes right. It's you -- this sandwich, Lister, is you.