Reddit Reddit reviews The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes

We found 26 Reddit comments about The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes
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26 Reddit comments about The Star Wars Cook Book: Wookiee Cookies and Other Galactic Recipes:

u/Raiyen · 9 pointsr/secretsanta

I remember Yoda Soda and Wookie Cookies when I was a kid! My friend and I used to make them all the time! We had come across the book in a library once.


u/Spacetime_Inspector · 9 pointsr/blankies

I hate to tell /u/grifflightning but Galaxy's Edge is going to have completely straight-faced in-universe food item names a la Avatar Land, where the most adventurous item name is '"Teylu" all-beef hot dog', the hamburger baos are called "Pods" to make them seem future-y, and the signature snack item is called "Pongu Lumpia", which is Na'vi for "Party Snack". They wouldn't touch something like "Eywa-ffles" or "Na'vitamin water" with a ten foot pole.

If he wanted to make pun food he should have gotten hired as the menu writer at the Backlot Express a few years ago, because it could really use some of that punning energy instead of the weaksauce "Royal Guard Burger", "Dark Side Chicken and Waffles", and "Galactic Salad". They weren't even trying!

(Also there's a whole two books of SW food puns in this vein, headlined by Wookiee Cookies:

u/bubbavic · 8 pointsr/funny
u/Saith_Cassus · 5 pointsr/StarWars

Because Yoda Soda already exists and is its own, different drink. I'm not kidding. I remember it from the Wookie Cookie Cookbook

u/dumbolddoor · 4 pointsr/secretsanta

Just buy the book

u/kerrywall · 3 pointsr/StarWars

The Star Wars Cookbooks (volume 1 and 2) have some amusing food name puns, too.

(Seriously, "Darth Malt.")

u/Qu1nlan · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Penny book! It's a Star Wars cookbook. I've been trying really hard to refine my cooking skill since I cook all the meals for both myself and /u/MeghanAM, but it's going slowly. A nerdy cookbook should provide me just the inspiration I need! Buying a book is not about obtaining a possession, but about securing a portal.

u/Reshimon · 2 pointsr/pics

Made me think of got it from my uncle (who is a huge Star Wars fan too) when I was like 12 or something.

u/AllOfTimeAndSpace · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This cookbook is the only Star Wars thing on my wishlist. Its pretty awesome though.


u/MCubb · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/bnb2011 · 2 pointsr/StarWars

I am sure some of you may want to buy it, its $12.91 on amazon or $14.99 on Think Geek.

Also there is a second one now The Star Wars Cookbook II -Darth Malt and More Galactic Recipes $12.49

u/Tokugawa · 2 pointsr/StarWars

Make something from the Star Wars cookbook with him.

Then watch Return of the Jedi with him. (Watch A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back first.) After the movie, excuse yourself "to the restroom", but really you're changing into this.

Enjoy your ring.

u/JediPaxis · 2 pointsr/StarWars

If you are looking for snack ideas, there are several Star Wars cookbooks with themed recipes and fun names that you could use:

u/swordofthespirit · 2 pointsr/StarWars

If you havent they have a recipe here

u/Megadoodle · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

So here is my item...Wookiee Cookies: A Star Wars Cookbook by Robin Davis

My BFF and I checked it out from the library back in 2000 in 8th grade and somehow she remembered and found it on Amazon for my last Birthday. Not only are the recipes hilarious, they are really good. And yes, it's $0.72 over your budget. As for me, you can surprise me.

Maybe you could do a Jedi Juice Bar to see which Jedi would win?!

u/doctorbaronking · 2 pointsr/Design

Well, to be a pedantic martinet, they aren't supposed to be doing that because IT'S AGAINST THE RULES. But, I know if you get on the right side of the right people, you can publish a Star Wars themed cookbook or a Star Trek board game... I think that most of the small-time stuff is ignored because the folks in charge don't want the bad press of hassling someone knitting Tauntaun dolls and if the big-time stuff can be monetized with a minimum of lawyering, then that's what happens.

But as far as printing these for sale, Eph would be rolling the dice and hoping that those in charge of brand value and etc would keep turning a blind eye rather than get trigger happy on lawsuits. There's way too many mixed metaphors in there, but I think the point makes sense.

u/rcreveli · 1 pointr/pics

I think the parents must have a copy of Wookie Cookies: A Star Wars Cookbook and yes I also own the sequel. In my defense I bought them with my wife after we were married.

u/Arsenio3 · 1 pointr/food

Wookie Cookies. It's not bad, but it's all kids food, and it's the worst cookbook that I have.

u/DuggyMcPhuckerson · 1 pointr/funny

Would it be this one?

u/Batgirl_III · 1 pointr/swrpg
  • A CD (or digital streaming service) of The Planets, Op. 32, by Gustav Holst, cued up and ready to play. (At the very least, you absolutely need to have the first movement Mars, the Bringer of War ready to go.)
  • A jar that everyone who quotes Star Wars has to throw 25¢ into, everyone who quotes Mr. Plinkett has to throw in a $1, and everyone who quotes Spaceballs has to throw in $5.
  • Snacks. Paid for by the quote jar.