Four minutes just too long to wait for that plastic-wrapped, frozen roast beef dinner? Well have no fear, the Timecrowave is here!
Gram Lampton has invented the first commercially available microwave with "time travel capabilities," allowing you to have your dinner when YOU want it. Provided you remember to put the frozen meal into the microwave at some point in the future, the Timecrowave will send it back in time to you, arriving hot and ready to eat whenever you're hungry. Sure, you may inadvertently cause some paradoxes (surprise moustaches) or completely disrupt the space-time continuum (giant cats), but if I've learned anything from repeated watchings of old Star Trek episodes, there's no temporal paradox that can't be resolved by going back in time and killing your own grandfather.
Or something like that.
Anyway, while I actually preferred the coked-up Andy Samberg digital short, "Great Day," from this weekend's Saturday Night Live, this is still ostensibly a food blog, so Timecrowave it is! Click through the jump to get to the video, and remember: You must send the food back in time to precisely the moment you ate it. Otherwise, Gram Lampton will not be responsible for the results...