Wookiee Cookies: A Star Wars Cookbook

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Chronicle Books, Sep 1, 1998 - Cooking - 60 pages
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Boba Fett-Uccine and Princess Leia Danish Dos are just the beginning when the Force is with you in the kitchen. Wookiee Cookies is your invitation to fine culinary experiences in the Star Wars frame of mind. From C-3PO Pancakes to Jedi Juice Bars, this intergalactic Star Wars cookbook features healthy snacks, delicious dishes, sweet treats, and easy main courses no Rebel can resist. With hilarious photos and safety tips for cooking on Earth as well as in most space stations, Wookiee Cookies even includes a sheet of shiny Star Wars stickers. Age is no issue when it comes to Star Wars cuisine-kids as well as adults will have a great time with this book. Whether you drove to your first Star Wars flick or just had your fifth birthday, there's no reason you can't whip up some Crazy Cantina Chili at near light speed.

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Really funny and the recipes are rather simple. - Goodreads
Gets the kids in the kitchen to create Star Wars meals. - Goodreads
The pictures are fantastic too. - Goodreads
The recipes sound very tasty and look easy to make. - Overstock.com
Recipes are pretty simple but good for the young fans. - Goodreads
I suppose the gimmick works though. - Overstock.com

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User Review  - Lisa's book adventures - Goodreads

love the pictures inside as well as the original names for the recipes ! has a blast reading this ! perfect as a gift for a star wars fan :) Read full review

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User Review  - Lois - Goodreads

This cookbook is quirky and unique with a really cute sense of humor. It was published after only the original trilogy was released and the recipes are themed accordingly. You'll learn how to make ... Read full review

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Davis is a restaurant reviewer for the San Francisco Chronicle, a food consultant, and a recipe developer.

Frankie Frankeny is a San Francisco-based photographer whose work has appeared in a number of books, including "After-Dinner Drinks", "Snowmen" and "Sandcastles".

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