After John Scalzi sent hordes of Fremen to my sietch with his wormsign, the people rose up with one voice, demanding one answer. What’s in the sandworm pie posed alongside your spice stuffed sandworm bread?
Tag: Frank Herbert
The Dune Coloring Book and Dune Activity Book were available for about two weeks during 1984 before a sober adult opened one up to a random page and realized their kid was going either going to to need a lot more black and red crayons or a lot more therapy.
In honor of the the internet justifying my life long love of Dune by sharing the hell out of my Spice Stuffed Sandworm Bread I’ve assembled as many of the Coloring and Activity book pages as possible, which I encourage you to reassemble into a surrealist make-your-own adventure story.
Remind the new Duke of Caladan he should respect the great Shai-Hulud by bringing a batch of these spice cookies to his inauguration celebration. Sandworm Spice Cookies Bodies: 2 cups all purpose flour 2 tsp baking soda ½ tsp salt 1 tbsp cinnamon 2 tsp ground ginger ¾ cup butter […]
Whether you’re entertaining visiting guests from Caladan or have recently had emergency dental surgery, this soft crudite platter should delight any new visitors to Arrakis. Don’t look so shocked, Doctor Yueh. It’s just a: Muad’Dip Sandworm Crudite 1 package spicy hummus 1 cucumber Red Bell Pepper slivers Pile your sandy […]
There’s something beautiful about the simplicity of a sandworm. You don’t have to worry about its backstory or motivation. You can just enjoy it for being the vibration loving, moisture craving, desert monster it is. (Until God Emperor of Dune. Raise your hands if you know what I’m talking about. […]
This week, we honor accidental messiah’s, masochistic redheads, and giant sandworms. That’s right, it’s time for Kitchen Overlord’s long awaited Dune week. Whether you’re a Frank Herbert purist, a fan of David Lynch’s impractically beautiful vision, or one of the few, the proud, the SyFy interpretation aficionados, we have a […]