Pass The Fortune Cookies, Hold The Ganglia: Feasting On Star Trek's Discovery

If you're looking to throw a space-themed dinner party this weekend, the season finale of Star Trek: Discovery on Sunday is a good place to go for intergalactic inspiration.
Ordinary ingredients like fortune cookies, mushrooms, and noodles can become the exotic dishes from Star Trek: Discovery. Just add blue Romulan ale. Source: Kristen Hartke

Some people may be planning to dine on kimchi and bulgogi this weekend in honor of the opening of the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. The rest of us, however, are stocking up on Vulcan Plomeek Soup and blue-hued Romulan Ale as we prepare for the final episode of season one of Star Trek: Discovery on Sunday night.

Let the intergalactic feasting begin.

The sixth live-action television series in the franchise, takes place in 2255, about 10 years before the original series, and revolves around a war between the United

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