Watch: How to make a peanut butter sandwich in space

Astronaut Chris Hadfield is your cosmic chef in a video that proves pretty much everything is more interesting in space.

Chris Hadfield shows how to make a peanut butter and honey sandwich on the International Space Station
Chris Hadfield shows how to make a peanut butter and honey sandwich on the International Space Station. Video screenshot by CBSNews.com

Everything is more interesting in space. Even the lowly peanut butter sandwich becomes fascinating when the person making it is an astronaut and the "kitchen" is the International Space Station.

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield takes you on a culinary tour of the cosmos in this simple and entertaining video.

Hadfield has made headlines several times during his current stint as commander of the ISS.

He was the mind behind "Mixed nuts in space." He demonstrated how to clip fingernails in space without inhaling them. And, of course, there was his Earth-to-space duet with fellow Canadians the Barenaked Ladies.

Commander Hadfield obviously knows his way around a camera, about as well as he knows his way around an interstellar PB and honey sandwich.


This story originally appeared on CBSNews.com.
 

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