Time Lord technology has been applied to beer, and nothing will ever be the same. I assume that this TARDIS stein can hold infinite amount of beer, and is capable of traveling backwards and forwards in time so you can enjoy the greatest beers in history. [click to continue…]
You are currently living in a world where it is possible to have lunch with Captain Malcolm Reynolds and breakfast with seven Doctors from Doctor Who for only $20. Indeed, a donation of $10 to each charitable campaign is enough to get you into the game, but some wealthy person could buy up a whole bunch of entries for both and vastly increase the odds of having the nerdiest dining dance card in the history of mankind. [click to continue…]
Upgrade your table setting with this series of Doctor Who ceramic bowl and plate sets. Grab the official Doctor Who cookbook and you’ll have the makings of a very fun party for the premiere of Peter Capaldi’s final season as the Doctor. [click to continue…]
The Van Gogh episode of Doctor Who would have been very different if he chose cookies as his medium. However, Znique Creations is undeterred by the limitations. She hand-painted this masterpiece for the Merry Whovian Christmas collaboration based on the Tenth Doctor’s Christmas episode entitled The Snowmen.
(via Between The Pages)
What is a fan of Supernatural, Doctor Who and Sherlock to do when they need a cake and can’t settle on a single fandom? Superwholock the hell out of it with The London Baker.
The design of Cybermen has changed quite a bit since their first Doctor Who appearance back in ’66—a fact that is celebrated with these Doctor Who Evolution of the Cyberman Coasters. They’re cold cast from resin and aluminum and depict the Mark 1, Mark 04, Mark 05, and Mark 08 designs.
They mercilessly destroy water rings but may assimilate your smartphone should you place it on the coffee table. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
The Weeping Angels depicted on cookie jars work a little differently than the statues you’re familiar with. These Weeping Angels use BAIT. That’s right, they reel you in with the cookies—pretending that they aren’t looking. However, touch one and it will come to life and transport you to another time and place. The Doctor seems to think that you’ll end up in another universe where there’s noting to eat but a bland white paste. So whatever you do, don’t snack. Snack and you’re hungry forever.
Weeping Angel Cookie Jar ($9.99)
Later this month, you’ll be able to throw a Doctor Who party and serve up a little Cassandra Pizza to your friends with Weeping Angel Food Cake for dessert thanks to the Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook.
Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook: 40 Wibbly-Wobbly Timey-Wimey Recipes includes recipes for all kinds of fun and delicious sounding things like Cyberman Pie, Supreme Dalek Cake, Ood Rolls, and Salt and Pepper Sontarans. I really want to know how you make Salt and Pepper Sontarans. Also, the Dalek cake looks delicious. Take a peek at what’s inside… [click to continue…]
Doctor Who and My Neighbor Totoro together on a cake? It’s perfection right down to the teeny Adiposes and Soot Sprites.
I’m conflicted though. I think this cake made by Little Cherry Cake Company is probably delicious, but I’d feel like a horrible person cutting into it. It’s so cute! Check out more pics after the break…
The Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver has taken many forms, but none have been edible.
Behold Sonic 2.0.
Modeled on the Eleventh Doctor’s Sonic Screwdriver, this edible option measures 6.5″ long, and contains a pretzel stick wrapped in caramel and covered in chocolate. Think Twix, but with pretzel instead of cookie, and Sonic Screwdriver instead of stick thing.
They’re $15 from The Truffle Cottage, who also make a selection of other Whovian treats from cookies and creme Daleks to TARDIS-shaped truffles. Yum yum!
So the question is… Who’s ready for dessert?
(via Geek Alerts)