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3D Space Cookies From Space (Or Suck UK)

Suck UK 3D Space Cookie Cutters -- Rocket, Shuttle, Star Fighter, Space Buggy

Blast off to eat some space cookies!

Turns out building a spaceship isn’t rocket science after all. In fact, not only is starship construction suitable for children of all ages, but it is delicious too. The Suck UK SK COOKIESPACE1 3D Cookie Space Cutters offer proof of that, right here on Terra Firma.

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October 14, 2013   No Comments

Chris Hadfield’s Space Kitchen

Next time you find yourself in space, make sure you know how to make a peanut butter and honey sandwich. The above video shall be your cheat sheet. The trick is to remember to bring along the tortillas. And if PB&J (or in this case, PB&H) on a tortilla sounds weird, just look out the window… so what? You are in space!

February 22, 2013   No Comments

Take Disney’s Star Wars R2-D2 And C-3PO To Lunch

Star Wars R2-D2 C-3PO Tin Dome Lunch Box Workman Carry All Lunchbox

Now that Disney owns the Star Wars franchise, we will probably be seeing a bunch of new toys and collectables featuring the well-known characters — along with other characters under the massive Disney umbrella.

Expect to see forthcoming Star Wars merch with Space Mickey peeking out from behind some space rocks. Perhaps Princess Leia will find a home in Sleeping Beauty Castle. I wonder how they’ll work in poor Pluto…

As the Grand Marshals now and forever of any Main Street Electrical Parade, R2-D2 and C-3PO deserve their moment in the spotlight. The Star Wars – R2D2 & CP30 – New Tin Dome Lunch Box honors the mechanical men in a classic pre-Disney setting. There may not be any Disneyland park mascots on the lunchbox now, but just like how George Lucas re-invented the past, we should be seeing Captain EO flying in any time now…

November 13, 2012   No Comments

Domino’s Pizza On The Moon

Maeda Corp's vision of what a Domino's Pizza outpost would look like on the moon.

Via The Telegraph: Maeda Corp's vision of what a Domino's Pizza outpost would look like on the moon.

Regional variations of pizza give the ubiquitous pie a flavor that goes beyond any perceived simplicity in the combination of sauce, cheese and crust. The debate will forever rage about NYC pizza vs. Chicago pizza. As well it should. Okay, fine. But moon pizza? We’ll just have to wait to see how that flies. That’ll be one small slice for man, one giant pizza pie for mankind! (Sorry, couldn’t resist that.)

(Via Telegraph/Born Rich)

September 6, 2011   No Comments

Used Cookware As Art

From the book Devour, by Christopher Jonassen.

There is no doubt that cuisine can at times transport one to another place, but that place doesn’t necessarily have to be terrestrial. Proof can be seen in Christopher Jonassen’s book, Devour. What may look like a faraway world is in fact something else quite down to earth: pots and/or pans. Cookware may only last so long, but given immortality through photography, close-up photos offer a new perspective, giving us a glimpse into a world that no longer exists. Or at least should not be used to cook any more meals.

(Via Gizmodo)

February 21, 2011   No Comments

Catch This Dr. Who Cookie Jar Before It Disappears

Doctor Who Talking TARDIS Cookie Jar

Doctor Who is a popular television show in which the main character flies around space and time in a police call box. (Yeah, I know, but give ‘em a break—it’s British.) Perhaps one of the more defining characteristics of said box is it is bigger on the inside than it appears on the outside. (It originated in the 60s, you know.) If the Doctor Who Talking TARDIS Cookie Jar is anything like the spaceship in the show, this cookie jar should have an endless supply of chocolate chip macadamia cookies always lurking within.
Hmm, maybe this isn’t such a good idea after all.

(Via Chip Chick)

April 26, 2010   No Comments



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