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Star Wars Kitchen Accessories

Every once in a while we have a little fun posting some interesting Disney-related kitchen products, and our recent trip over to Think Geek has me thinking it’s time for a little Christmas in August post. ;-)

Stock your kitchen with this exclusive Star Wars stuff!

Star Wars Cookbook
Outlines Galactic recipes to make in your own Cantina! The whole family will enjoy making out of this world cuisine such as Wookiee Cookies, Jedi Juice Bars, and Twin Sun Toast.

I wonder what Tusken Raider Taters are… Get the Wookiee Cookbook here!

Death Star Giant Cookie Jar
Place your cookies inside the Death Star to protect them from outside forces. Everyone will join the Dark Side in order to reach in for a tempting treat!

The best part is, half the people who come to your house won’t even know what it is, so they’ll just think you’re all post-modern. Get yours here.

Darth Vader Cookie Jar
If the Death Star doesn’t do it for you, maybe Darth himself will! He’s sporting his Lightsaber, so you can always pretend to win a duel to get your cookie, therefore deserving it that much more. Darth Vader Cookie Jar here (cookies not included).

Star Wars Vader’s Dark Side Roast Coffee
Don’t let a day in your universe begin without coffee manufactured by Stormtroopers. We can’t vouch for the taste, but surely it has to be better than Nescafe.

Have a cup while raiding your Death Star cookie jar. Get yours here.

Star Wars 10 oz. Glasses
Let the Force flow through you when enjoying your favorite Jedi Juice in these Star Wars glasses. Choose your mood — Luke, Han, Leia, or Darth Vader.

These remind me of those fun McDonald’s glasses back in the day, but I’m showing my age. Star Wars glasses — get ‘em while they’re hot.

Dark Vader Bread Imprinting Toaster
Burn the mark of Darth Vader’s helmet into your toast! We dare you to serve it with Jawa Juice! Sadly this one is out of stock, but we wanted you to know that it existed. It’s that cool. (You can always add it to your wish-list!)

Star Wars Space Slug Oven Mitt
While it won’t protect you from blazing asteroids, this oven mitt will protect your appendages while cooking for your Padawans. The Space Slug has the Millennium Falcon in its mouth representing the scene from Empire Strikes Back.

Seriously, how can you not want this? Space Slug Here.

Star Wars R2-D2 Pepper Mill
With a turn of R2D2′s head, pepper is released from the bottom of the mill. Whether you need some seasoning for your Dagobah Greens Salad or a more earthly dish, peppering your food with this mill brings a touch of Tatooine to your table.

Because, you know, R2 always spices things up. Get yours here.

Empire Strikes Back Lunch Box
Send your child off for apprentice training with this cool lunchbox. Or, you know, just keep it for yourself. Find it here.

Hope you enjoyed! I just couldn’t resist. It’s a space slug oven mitt. Come on!

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14 Comments

  1. Lindsay says:

    May I be the first to also suggest the Star Wars action going on over at Williams Sonoma. Almost makes me wish I was that kind of geek: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/search/results.html?words=star+wars

  2. AJ says:

    Ooh!! I sense a post sequel…

  3. Sara says:

    These are ridiculously funny. I think the Death Star cookie jar is brilliant.

  4. Hilary says:

    Ooooh. Gotta go get my nerdy foodie on. :) Thanks for some Christmas ideas!

  5. John B says:

    Well there goes my next pay check. Thanks AJ!

    Must . . . have . . . death star . . . cookie jar. . .

  6. kokocooks says:

    I totally want that Death Star cookie jar! There’s also Obi Wan Cornobi. http://foodbeast.com/content/2011/06/01/obi-wan-cornobi-lightsaber-corn-on-the-cob/

  7. Kara B says:

    I want it all.

  8. Bret says:

    Hey those fun Mcdonalds glasses were from Burger King….. I remember them well….. I even had a Star Wars Birthday party at Burger King around that time….

  9. Savorique says:

    Oh noooo the Death Star Giant Cookie Jar is out of stock! :( What a great cookie box and it’s huge!!

  10. Shayne says:

    We have both that cookbook and the sequel. Darth Double Dogs is one of our favorite recipes! Must. Have. Death. Star. Cookie. Jar.

  11. Galloping Gourmand says:

    The school book fair I help out with (I’m an elementary school librarian) had the Star Wars Cook Book for sale and I spent a good 15 minutes browsing it. Recipes are good enough that they can be served as part of an actual dinner, but nothing you want to whip together for a dinner party or a Thanksgiving side dish. What makes it fun for kids is that, obviously, everything is Star Wars-ified. Young cooks are Padwans, and the parents more or less take the role of the elders. The recipes are very straight forward and easy for children to follow. There is very little knife play and any chopping that I read expressly requires an adult! While I didn’t buy it some of the kids snatched it up and gave it great reviews. What 10 year old doesn’t want Bobba Fett-uccinie, even if it does include broccoli?

    The Wookie Cookie is essentially a cinnamon chocolate chip cookie. It’s… not bad. As it’s readily available on many websites I thought maybe I could post it here? If AJ will let me I will, if not you can find it on Eipcurious or through a simple google search. AJ, I understand if you say no. I don’t want you in trouble with the Lucas patent army!

  12. AJ says:

    GG — as long as you credit it to whatever website you found it in, I think we’ll be OK. We are “advertising” the book after all :-)

  13. Galloping Gourmand says:

    Ok, here it is via Epicurious:

    2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    1 cup unsalted butter, at room temperature
    1 cup packed brown sugar
    1/2 cup granulated sugar
    2 large eggs
    1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
    1 cup milk chocolate chips
    1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
    Preheat the oven to 375°F.

    Put the flour, baking soda, salt, and cinnamon in a mixing bowl. Stir with the wooden spoon until well mixed. Set aside.

    Put the butter, brown sugar, and granulated sugar in another mixing bowl. Using the electric mixer set on high speed, beat together until well blended and creamy, about 3 minutes. (You can do this with a wooden spoon, but it will take longer.) Beat in the eggs and vanilla extract. Add the flour mixture and stir with the wooden spoon until blended. Stir in the chocolate chips.

    Scoop up a rounded tablespoonful of the dough and drop onto a baking sheet. Repeat until you have used up all the dough. Be sure to leave about 1 inch between the cookies because they spread as they bake.

    Using pot holders, put the baking sheets in the oven. Bake until golden brown, about 10 minutes.

    Again, using pot holders, remove the baking sheets from the oven. Lift the cookies from the baking sheets with a spatula, and place on cooling racks. Let cool completely.

    Read More http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Wookie-Cookies-101653#ixzz1UNlZQr7r

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