Darth Vader Toaster, For Toast On The Dark Side

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If you take your toast a bit on the dark side, The Darth Vader Toaster should be sitting on your counter.

The evil sith lord’s noggin will not only toast your bread, but it’ll imprint a Darth Vader head on it. Impressive… Most impressive.

Available in July 2014.

[link, via GeekAlerts]

Darth Vader Made Entirely Out Of Rotten Banana Peels

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When your bananas turn to the dark side, you have very few options. You can either chuck them, make banana bread, or wait until they totally turn black and recreate an evil sith lord.

Artist Matthew Mahoney has forgone all of that unnecessary baking — instead, creating a Banana Peel Darth Vader entirely from peels.

So, what no banana bread? NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

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[link, via That's Nerdalicious]

Life-Size Darth Vader Cake

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Impressive… Most impressive. The Life-Size Darth Vader Cake is brought to us by Amanda Oakleaf — the same cake-maker that created the Life-Size Stormtrooper Cake.

When complete, the dark lord cake weighed just over 500 lbs, and stood 6 feet 7 inches tall. We can only imagine the sound it made when it was finally cut into.

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[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Darth Vader and Stormtrooper Salt and Pepper Shakers

When you find your food’s lack of seasoning disturbing, The Darth Vader and Stormtrooper Salt and Pepper Shakers are here to help. The shakers are a limited edition item in honor of Star Wars Celebration VI — a major Star Wars geekfest.

Use them the next time you set your dinner table, or at your next R2-BBQ.

[via ThinkGeek]

The Darth Vader Burger and Other Jedi-Related Food Crimes

What we can only hope is the work of some dastardly photoshoppers, Belgian fast food chain Quick is apparently unveiling a line of burgers to tie in with the 3D release of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Haven’t we suffered enough?

Trying to get the point across — perhaps a bit too hard — that the force has a dark side, the Dark Vador [?!?] Burger’s bun is actually black. And I can’t even begin to imagine what that is on the Jedi Burger. But perhaps it’s appropriate that the Star Wars prequels are now literally represented as shit sandwiches.

[linkvia G4]