Here’s how every Star Trek fan should enjoy their drinks. Each glass holds 12 ounces and features a pixelated version of either Bones, Kirk, Spock, and a Gorn. Sold as a set of four.
There is no better way to eat sushi than with this Star Trek sushi set. It includes a wood sushi plate and the Enterprise has a saucer section with a removable top that reveals a soy sauce dish. But the best part is that the warp effects slide out of the nacelles to become chopsticks! Brilliant.
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Things get pretty unstable when you’re getting bombarded by photon torpedoes (or weaving through rush hour traffic), and if you don’t have the right kind of coffee cup, you can totally spill all of your coffee. If you’re planning on heading into deep space (or work), you better pick up this Star Trek 20-ounce heat changing travel mug. It’ll keep your coffee nice and safe while you’re taking on the Klingons (co-workers).
Oh, and as an extra bonus, once the mug’s heated up, an image of the Enterprise will appear on the side.
Product Page: ($16.99)
They’re so yummy! Eat one Captain. EAT IT DAMN YOU!
Redditor CakeForReddit got cardboard Jean Luc Picard to help make a batch of Valentine’s chocolates featuring Earl Grey ganache and lemon cream.
See the process unfold in the gallery after the break…
It can be difficult to decide on a theme for your birthday cake, especially if you love science fiction. Apparently Neal decided to have Regali Kitchen combine all the sci-fi in one, glorious cake. There’s the Millennium Falcon and Death Star from Star Wars along with the Enterprise and a Klingon Bird of Prey from Star Trek.
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Firefly‘s Serenity is also there with a transport ship, as is the TARDIS from Doctor Who and a Dalek ship. There are even lighted effects to the ships’ engines or, in the case of the TARDIS, that little light on the roof.
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What’s the best way to take down the Borg? Well, you could always fall back on impeccable tactics and battlefield bravery, but I’m pretty sure that hurling pizzas at them is the best way to go.
The shirt’s available in a wide range of sizes too. So make it so and order one!
Check out a close-up of the shirt after the break…
It’s a suicide mission. Then again, part of me thinks that this gingerbread Enterprise by Blackmarket Bakery was created to intentionally torture hungry Star Trek fans because it’s too perfect to eat.
Yeah well, I’m onto you Blackmarket. I don’t care how pretty this awesomely made and delicious ship replica is – I’ll break myself off a nacelle and part of the saucer section and nom while making pew pew noises and pretending it’s under attack.
This is seriously well done. Head after the break to see more pictures.
You’ll be happy to be assimilated by the Borg when they arrive in this gingerbread cube. It’s made by using a Borg cube cookie cutter to create all six sides and then gluing them with icing. It makes for a cute ornament or you can use it as a little container to hold more holiday treats.
Check out the full recipe on Nerdist.
There is already a line of Star Trek wines so it only seems right that the Klingons get into the act with an official Bloodwine. It’s billed as being twice as strong as whiskey in the Star Trek universe, but this version is less likely to kill you with a 13% ABV. From the product page:
The 2012 Klingon Bloodwine is a medium-bodied red blend of Malbec, Syrah and Petit Verdot from the Paso Robles AVA in California. Klingon Bloodwine can be enjoyed with grilled meats and mature cheeses, or traditional Klingon fare such as Heart of Targ.
You can order it now and enjoy some Bloodwine at your next celebratory feast.
The great thing about Rosanna Pansino’s Nerdy Nummies baking videos is that she makes everything seem pretty easy to do. For example, this Borg cube cake looks kind of complicated to make, but after watching the video I think even I could accomplish it–and I’m useless the kitchen.
On a side note, Pansino wears some cool Seven of Nine cosplay during the video, and at the end of the clip, she explains how the cosplay was made.
Check out the video after the break…