Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Klingon Skull Stew



 K is for Klingon skull stew. Ever heard of this food? This Star Trek delicacy originated on the Klingon homeworld Kronos only to find its way to Deep Space Nine... I think it might have been viewed as a mistake? on the Replimat on DS9. 

Skull stew was never mentioned in dialog but a photo of the dish created by scenic artist Doug Drexler was seen on the wall of the Replimat






Live long and Prosper, Trekkers


7 comments:

  1. Now that is a catchy title - and not something my vegetarian self even wants to think about.

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  2. Thanks for stopping by EC and yeah it kinda neat.

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  3. I wonder how many things were put in the background that no one was supposed to notice that did end up becoming things...

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    1. Star Trek had lots of stage sets Liz so before cgi a lot of the model settings like star bases for instance were reused, turned upside down or painted a different color to look different.

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  4. I guess if anyone was going to make something called skull stew, it would be the Klingons.

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  5. It Klingon culture James but dont even ask where the skull came from...

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  6. Just like Haggis...food on a dare.

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