Play With Your Food


Why would you use other measuring cups when you know these Star Wars Death Star Measuring Cups exist?

Excluding the R2-D2 measuring cups of course.

The Death Star contains five pieces (1 tablespoon, 1/4 cup, 1/3 cup, 1/2 cup, and 1 cup) and it easily closes up to become a battle station when not in use.

Plus, you can amuse yourself pointing at it and saying “That’s no measuring cup!”

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Redditor “zannrael” decided to forgo traditional gift wrapping techniques in favor of an extremely unique method that transforms presents into (mostly) mundane items from the grocery store, including a stick of butter, a steak, fish fillet, sushi, and more.

Unfortunately, the person that gets the giant Hershey bar might end up being disappointed with the actual gift.

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Apparently, toilet paper dispensers aren’t the only inanimate object capable of an impressive Chewbacca impression.

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Michael Zee isn’t only a talented artist and cook–he’s also a pretty great boyfriend. Zee enjoys cooking breakfast for his boyfriend Mark, but he takes things a step further with symmetrical dishes.

Zee started posting pics of his symmetrical breakfasts on Instagram, and the Internet ahem…ate them up. He noted in an interview with The Guardian that people often wonder if he’s obsessive or crazy. “But it is a declaration of love, really. I’m dedicated – both to breakfast and to Mark,” he says.

So far, Zee’s been making these dishes for a year straight (hasn’t missed a day yet!) and he often preps the night before.

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Tasty food pops up quite a bit in the Game of Thrones narrative. So, it’s fitting that Michelle Wibowo, a sugar artist and cake designer would use her talents to make a gingerbread version of King’s Landing (from the HBO title sequence) for the Taste of London 2015 festival.

See Also: Our Review Of The Game of Thrones Official Companion Cookbook

She accurately recreated nearly every aspect of the capital in stunning (and delicious) detail.

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When Sophie asked her mom Jamie for a Star Wars-themed birthday party, Jamie decided to take the cake to the next level. It’s what great geeky parents do. She notes:

My daughter wanted a Star Wars party, so I bought this Chewbacca doll hoping that I could find a bakery that would turn him into a barbie cake. Because he was a full size doll and not a kit, I was turned down several times.

That’s when Jamie’s friend Megan swooped in to save the day:

My amazing friend, Megan, came to the rescue and offered to make Chewy a beautiful cake dress. She nailed it!

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Dragon Ball fans might need to plan a trip to visit Danke Dinning. The Nagoya, Japan-based restaurant serves edible Dragon Balls. Who knew they were so easy to find?

The Dragon Balls are included in a hot-pot style meal called “Dragon Ball Nabe”. The restaurant makes the balls using collagen jelly and the tiny stars are made using carrots.

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weird pizza party

Maymo the lemon beagle and his little sister Penny have been invited to a pizza party that’s as weird as pizza parties can get.

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After watching Master sushi chef Hiroyuki Terada perform a work of art in the video below, I’m convinced that a Big Mac is better in sushi form.

Master chef Terada transformed the burgers while still using all of the original ingredients—everything, from the buns to the patty make an appearance in the final dish.

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Ooh…this is one clever quesadilla.

Head on over to Totally The Bomb for the complete recipe (then make this for dessert).

(via Buzzfeed)