5. Scorched Stormtrooper Heads
Are you sitting in the middle of the Tatooine desert starving to death, surrounded by dead stormtroopers? What would Master Yoda do? Hmmm, well he was a green, alien-looking scavenger from outer-space that feeds on things he found in a swamp….he’d say try this recipe from the StarWars.com website! Embrace your inner nerd and bake some today. Click here for the recipe!
4. Space Burrito
The International Space station had Chef Traci des Jardins create a space burrito! Ironically the biggest problem the space station had was a lack of refrigeration. Space can have a temperature of -455 degrees Fahrenheit but apparently, an edible burrito cannot.
3. Lambs Cooked in the Vacuum of Space
Over and over you see victims being forced out of an airlock only to die in a vacuum. Yes, yes, “No one can hear you scream” or in this case bleat. But what about after that? Welcome to this nice sous vide recipe from The Ravenous Couple that gives a level of juiciness to your meat that isn’t possible in a conventional oven!
2. Soylent Green (Recycled Human) Tea Cookies
If you’re in a dystopian future and having someone over for tea, try serving these cookies on the side. The recipe is from Hi Cookery and the matcha green tea powder gives these palate cleansers a refreshing herbal flavor. Click here for the recipe!
1. Spice Stuffed Sandworms
If the movie Dune taught us one thing, it was to never give Sting a knife when he’s running around half-naked and on drugs. If Dune taught us two things, it was that the actor in it who later played Captain Picard in Star Trek is immortal (seriously, the guy looks exactly the same several decades later, he’s like a classy thespian version of Highlander – “There can only be one! …. actor for this part“). And if Dune taught us three things, it’s that it is better to devour then be devoured by a tasty sandworm! This delicious recipe from Kitchen Overlord and is a great Halloween treat for your inner sci-fi space nerd.