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Which Sci-Fi Pizza Cutter is for You?

Slice Niki Achitoff-Gray 16 comments

We told you about ThinkGeek's Star Trek Pizza Cutter back in 2010. But now there's some serious competition in the pizzanerd realm: The recently-released and completely bonkers R2D2 cutter ($19.61) comes ready to bleep-blop away. And just like the real R2D2, it simply won't shut up—no buttons required. More

Reality Check: Star Wars Burgers from Quick in France

A Hamburger Today phillamb168 19 comments

Just like the new Star Wars films, while the Dark Vador burger looked great on the outside, the final product had no taste or depth. Cardboard acting, er, hamburger; waxy plot lines, er cheese; overwhelming kitsch, er, mayonnaise. I felt pretty horrible after eating this. More

Video: The Chewbacca Burger

A Hamburger Today Robyn Lee Post a comment

On the heels of the Stars Wars-themed burgers, how to make a Chewbacca burger: Just add fur. [via Buzzfeed] More

Star Wars-themed Burgers Coming Soon to Belgian/French Chain Quick

A Hamburger Today Robyn Lee 9 comments

Belgian/French burger chain Quick will release Star Wars-themed burgers for a limited time in conjunction with the February release of Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace 3D in theaters. Three double patty burgers will be available starting in February: the Dark Burger (available until March 1), the Jedi Burger (available until March 5), and the black-bunned Dark Vador (Darth Vader) Burger (available until March 1). The Darth Vader is getting all the attention, of course, because black bun = WTF. I couldn't find a description of the toppings, but I'd guess it's spicy since the red bits look like peppers. More

'Star Wars' + Pizza = Supreme Geekery

Slice Adam Kuban 1 comment

These crazy photos by photographer Robin Cook appeared on Geekologie,where there a couple more pizza–Star Wars mashup pictures. The post there is titled "Luke, I Am Your Papa ... John's," which in and of itself is pretty funny. [via Brooks "Pizzacommander" Jones] More

Death Star Grill on eBay

Robyn Lee 6 comments

Photographs by Bryan Tate "The basic idea was to have a working grill that looked like the Death Star and could actually cook something," says sheet metal worker Bryan Tate. And thus the Death Star Grill was born out of two bottom-halves of Weber grills, welding, and barbecue paint. You have just three more days to get your hands on this grilling beauty on eBay. [via Unique Daily]... More

Stormtrooper Breakfast Cereal

Adam Kuban 5 comments

In the last 12 days, we've had Star Trek and Doctor Who food-related items materialize on Serious Eats. Might as well go for a nerd trifecta and get Star Wars in the mix. Good morning, and may the force be with you—from your friends at Serious Eats, the nerdiest food blog in the universe. [via Unique Daily]... More

Darth Vader Toaster

Erin Zimmer 5 comments

May the dark parts of the toast be with you. Available at Star Wars Shop for $54.99. [via Wired] Related Online Toaster Museum Scan Toaster 'Prints' onto Bread Photo of the Day: Death Star Melon... More

Photo of the Day: Death Star Melon

Robyn Lee 4 comments

Photograph from Oskay on Flickr Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories gives tips on how to make a Death Star melon. Stars Wars fans will never eat melon the same way again. Related Like a Star Wars Costume for Your Pizza The Most Awesome Ice Cube Tray Ever How to Make a Watermelon Keg... More

The Most Awesome Ice Cube Tray Ever

Adam Kuban 4 comments

Saw this on Boing Boing, where the sentiment seems to be that the talking R2D2 ice bucket is a near-sighted scrap pile but that the Han Solo–frozen-in-carbonite ice mold that comes with it stone cold awesome. One commenter there laments that the shape of the Han Solice would limit it to highball glasses but another envisions pressing it into duty as a chocolate mold. Unfortunately, the set, which was only available by pre-order in the U.K., now appears to have been removed from websites there.... More

In Videos: Food Commercials of the '80s, Nerd Cereals Edition

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Editor's note: This week, it's, like, omigawd, totally '80s for our daily In Videos segment. Big hair, breakdancing, and before-they-were-big celebrity commercial appearances to the max. So kick back your fat-laced high tops and take a chill pill. —The Serious Eats Team What better food tie-in could you have with popular icons of nerd-dom than artificially colored, diabetes-inducing breakfast cereal? You've got your Pac-Man Lucky Charms knock-off, your C3POs that look more like conjoined Cheerios than anything Star Wars related, and the pseudo-amorphous fruit-flavored blobs of Super Mario Bros. cereal. Watch the crunchy, vitamin-enriched fun, after the jump.... More

Like a Star Wars Costume for Your Pizza

Slice Slice Dude 1 comment

"The Force is an energy field, created by all living things, that surrounds us, penetrates us, and binds the galaxy together." Up above me is what Obi Wan said, and that's what pizza is—minus the part about being created by "all living things." (Only a small percentage of all living things create pizza, when you really stop to think about it.) But the rest of the quote holds true. Whatevs. I just think these Star Wars-ified pies rock. Looks easy enough to dress up your pizza, eh? Still, these pizzas are not as good as my pumpkin-vampire costume, which rocks... More

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