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In celebration of Star Trek Day on September 8, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite cuisine from the show and accompanied it with quick, easy-to-make recipes for a full “Star Trek” menu.
You don’t have to climb aboard the USS Enterprise to experience a food tour that’s out of this world. In fact, most of space’s drool-worthy (and downright repulsive) dishes can be replicated right here on planet Earth. From booze and stews to bread and berries, no “Star Trek” delicacy has been left unturned. So brew a cup of tea…Earl Grey…hot…and get scrolling.
We’re not sure if the starship captains had blue-curaçao on hand to create this drink’s signature color, but it certainly delivers on the getting drunk part. Cheers! Get our Romulan Ale Cocktail recipe.
Consider these a healthier alternative to traditional Regova eggs (a Cardassian delicacy). Rather than a dye-infused green shell, we’ve adorned these with heart-friendly asparagus wedges. Get our Regova Eggs recipe.
Radicchio may not contain a sap that will keep you warm, but this purple-hued winter salad, mixed with a honey vinaigrette, should keep you toasty during the cooler months. Get the Oskoid Salad recipe.
You’re going to need a round, white loaf to dunk into that tomato soup. You’re also going to need a round, white loaf for pretty much every meal in life. Get the “Mapa Bread” recipe.
It’s native to Qo’noS and every new restaurant menu in New York City. We’ll take our octopus grilled, please. Get the “Klingon Octopus” recipe.
While the original Jumbo Romulan mollusk appears to have rice and egg, we’re pretty sure they wouldn’t turn down this baked oyster variety with bacon, potatoes, and breadcrumbs. Get our Jumbo Romulan Mollusks recipe.
This emerald-green, vegetable-heavy concoction can be served over spinach linguine for dinner, or as an assault to noses anywhere. Get the Ratamba Stew recipe.
You’re certainly not getting an overabundance of vitamin C, but these maple syrup confections will satisfy any sweet tooth. Get the “Jumja Stick” recipe. (Or try this Jumja Stick recipe with treacle.)
Get your groat on with this dense and irresistible oatmeal cake. We’d top it with syrup of squill, but Mother Earth has only blessed us with maple syrup, honey, and the ever-so-trendy agave nectar. Get the “Groatcake” recipe.
You don’t have to be Benjamin Sisko to crave these blueberry-esque berries at breakfast time. Get the “Uttaberry Crepe” recipe.