lord of the rings


Earlier this week we posted a picture of the One Donut to rule them all and now we have news of the Fellowship that created the treat. The whole thing is the work of DeviantArtist MirachRavaia who staged this shot which shows the donut on the table and features more than a little magic. Since she is a historical fencer she had plenty of costumes and props, so she wore them all and created her very own Fellowship of the Donut.

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one donut to rule them all

Made by deviantARTist MirachRavaia.

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How would you like to bite into Mordor and the Shire at the same time? This cool cake by Black Cherry Cake Company has set up Middle-earth to make that possible. The dessert features the wicked Eye of Sauron atop Barad-dûr as well as the cozy round green door of Bag End. Frodo and Gollum sit on either side of the cake.

The details on this Lord of the Rings cake make it extra awesome, from the flowers on the hobbit hole to the shading on the Eye. I’d say it’s worth going on an epic quest just to take a bite.

See the cake from more angles after the break.

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One Latte To Rule Them All

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Coming across a barista who can create latte art is a pleasant surprise, coming across one who can write in the Black Speech is impressive. Who knew Sauron liked caffeine? This latte features the infamous inscription from Lord of the Rings and is surely the beverage to rule all beverages until the end of time.

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Yep, this delicious LOTR-inspired creation by Missed Manners is actually a candy-version of Minas Tirith during the Battle of Pelennor Fields.

Oh, and just for your information, the good guys are the yellow and white gummies (Aragorn’s forces), and Sauron’s forces are red and green. God, why am I craving gummy bears all of a sudden?

Check out some more pics after the break…

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nerdy kitchen gift guide

The kitchen is a wonderful place to add nerdy touches, and there are more accessories available than ever before. You can choose from a variety of franchises to decorate your counters and fill your drawers.

Our suggestions include everything from cookie jars to nerdy cosplay aprons—check them out after the break…

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Sesame Street mixed with pop culture is a match made in heaven. They recently took on The Hunger Games and now it’s time for Lord of the Rings.

In the video, Cookie Monster struggles with the dilemma of delayed gratification while he tries to remember how to make his precious cookies. He has help from Galadriel and Gandalf and less help from his Gollum – Gobble – alter ego. Who will prevail? Will the cookies get made in the fires of Mount Crumb?

Find out in the video after the break.

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Lord of the Rings fans will totally love these LOTR cake pops, courtesy of Let Them Eat Cake Pops. Now you can finally have the chance to join the whole gang on an epic quest… which eventually ends with everyone getting eaten.

As you can see, all of the important folks are present and accounted for: Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, Aragorn, Peregrin ‘Pippin’ Took, Meriadoc ‘Merry’ Brandybuck, Boromir, Legolas Greenleaf, Gimli, Gollum and Gandalf. The One Ring even makes an appearance too!

Oh, and they used cake Boromir to recreate the popular meme. Check it out after the break…

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These beautiful glasses made by Royal Selangor feature pewter renderings of the Lord of the Rings characters. You can choose Saruman or Elrond as shot glasses or Gandalf as a grand pewter goblet.

See more pictures after the break…

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There isn’t a single word that describes Gollum – he wouldn’t be a very interesting character if that was the case. He’s creepy, endearing, pathetic, greedy, and brave and so on. This cake by Taartvan Bianca really captures the crazy in his eyes. The baker did a great job with his likeness, and I love the touches of putting a gold ring around the bottom of the cake and actually including the dead fish.

See a close-up after the break.

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