When I was a kid, solving a Rubik’s Cube was tough. Only geniuses could do it. The rest of us had to learn cheats just so we could look smart. These days it seems everyone is solving these puzzles with ease.
Until now, the only things that were truly cheezy about the Star Wars universe were the prequels, especially Jar Jar Binks. But now you can have a Star Wars and cheese combo any time you desire, thanks to this fun stormtrooper cheese board set.
This cherry wood cheese board is laser engraved in the shape of a stormtrooper helmet, and when you remove the mask, you’ll find a Stilton knife, a Cheddar knife, a hard cheese knife and a cheese fork hiding underneath.
I think that’s it’s a much better idea to go with knives than laser blasters, since we all know that a stormtrooper can’t hit the broad side of a space freighter, let alone a block of gorgonzola.
We all need to grate cheese, at least those normal among us do. I say normal because only an insane person doesn’t need nachos in their lives every now and again. You could grate your cheese with a normal boxy grater liek your grandma did, or you could get an awesome cheese grater.
This one is shaped like a Roman sword and has a hilt for a handle.
Go medieval on your appetizers with this cool Medieval Cheese Board. Choose your weapon of choice and attack. It will keep all the de brie on it’s surface, keeping your counters clean. You will be the king of camembert!
Kids like food shaped like stuff. I’m rather famous around my house for making pancakes that are shaped like butts. Everyone likes to eat food shaped like something. Enter the Cheesy Grin Bread Cutter.
It’s sort of like a cookie cutter, only it’s meant to cut your bread.
You can buy all kinds of graters, but most of them require you to grate your cheese directly over your meal like some barbarian. The Eva Solo Grating Bucket is a more elegant solution. It collects the shreds inside as you grate, allowing you to dispense them appropriately later.
Cheese, carrots, whatever.
One of YouTube’s star makers NightHawkInLight made a gun that fires cheese balls using an electric leaf blower, several PVC pipes and a large cheese ball container.
It’s a fairly simple toy, but building it isn’t as straightforward as you might think.
I like sandwiches with crunchy and toasty bread. Take a nice grilled cheese for instance, it’s great when the bread is crispy and the cheese is hot, but wait a few minutes and you end up with a soggy coagulated mess of bread and cheese.
That’s no moon, that’s a cheese ball! It is almost operational and when it goes online, it will be the ultimate power in the universe. This awesome cheese Death Star was made by Jennifer Landa who has her sights set on Alderaan and isn’t afraid to fire.
Love lollipops? Have a taste for blue cheese? Then you’ll probably love gourmet lollipop company Lollyphile’s newest offering: blue cheese lollipops. Lollyphile is known for coming up with unusual, if not sometimes scandalous lollipop flavors, like Sriracha and Breast Milk (ewww.)
Who doesn’t love bacon and cheese together? Yeah, it’s not exactly the healthiest of food combinations, but it sure is tasty. So if you’re interested in cutting right to the chase, and don’t want to be bothered with that pesky bread, lettuce or tomato, then here’s an idea for you…
The last time I sharpened a pencil was when I took my licensure examination to become a Chemical Engineer. Before that, however, the last time I probably sharpened and used pencils on a regular basis was in third grade, before we made the switch to ballpoint pens.
sQren over at the Star Wars The Old Republic strategies site dug up this little gem while he was rooting around through some old VHS tapes at his parents house.
You see, it turns out that C-3PO knows how to rap – if you can call it that.
I’ve seen some offbeat casemods in my travels, but I haven’t seen one quite this odd in a while.
Apparently, some guy from Holland came across this cheese display prop and said to himself, “I’ve always wanted a PC that looked like a wheel of cheese”.