27 'Star Wars'-Themed Recipes for May the Fourth Parties (Including Blue Milk)
After 2016's reboot of the franchise (in the form the generally well-reviewed sequel trilogy), and a slated slew of standalone films like the upcoming Solo, it does seem as if every day is a celebration of all things Star Wars and Star Wars-related.
But any true SW's fan worth their weight in bantha poodoo knows that May 4, specifically, is the one true dedicated and designated day of the year when nerds, film buffs, nerdlingers and nerdy film buffs alike come together to recognize everyone's favorite sci-fi franchise (sorry, Trekkies!) by dressing up, watching the films, and even throwing themed soirees. "May the Fourth be with you." Get it?
On that note, presented here are 27 pun-tastic food recipes that any amateur chef should be able to execute for their Star Wars-themed party. Or, you know, just for yourself if you want to stay at home and watch The Phantom Menace in (shameful?) solitude.
So raise a glass of homemade blue milk, and may the Force be with you.
The Jedi might not tell you the tale, but we will.
Just in case you want some ice cream, too.
Midichlorian icing, optional.
Don't worry, you can trust him in calzone form.
This recipe has zero back story (and it still doesn't matter).
If you scarf them down, they will become more powerful than you could ever imagine.
Meesa hopes deesa links don't disappoint as much as the character did!
For every fan who used to bullseye womp rats in their T-16, back home.
The only thing more underrated than an expertly made wedge salad is the eponymous resistance pilot.
"I'm Luke Banana Cream PieWalker, and I'm here to rescue you! (From hunger.)"
Obi-Wan would be pissed.
All jokes aside, you should give natto a chance. Watto not so much.
Twin suns and undercooked steak equal a good time.
I have a (not so) bad feeling about this dip.
All pastas are built on hope.
For the fancy pants ex-stormtrooper in your life!
This is for the EU nerds out there. You're welcome!
Always trust your gut. (Sorry for that one)
Double-sided fork is definitely preferred, here.
Preferably, this one isn't CGI.
I mean, you can put hair in them, if you want.
Sand is course and it gets everywhere. But, sandwiches are just straight up delicious.
For those who prefer their milk not come from a giant alien's teet.
No one cares if you shot first, as long as you bring ham.