[cooking] Marvel-ous dinner

We got the digital copy of Avengers: Infinity War this week and I made a Marvel dinner to go with our viewing at home.

Thor acquires a new weapon this movie after meow-meow, sorry, Mjolnir was destroyed. It's a hammer-axe called Stormbreaker. I made the edible version:


Not bad. I took some no-knead dough out of the fridge and let it come to room temp so it was more malleable. Then shaped the axe head and rolled/twisted some pieces for the Groot handle. The little blob at the bottom is just extra dough that still deserved to be baked.

Re-ignite a dying star, set your forge to 350F and bake for 40 min. I noticed that it had gotten no color even though it was done cooking so I brushed the top with melted butter and broiled it for a couple minutes. 


It lost some of the definition during baking but I'm so happy with how it looked AND tasted.

The entire meal:

Marvel-ous dinner

Stormbreader (see what I did there?), orange soul stone maple-glazed carrots, Hulk-smashed potatoes, Steve Rogers' all-American meatloaf. (Okay, okay, I know I'm reaching with a couple of these.)

That's my Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt in the middle that I got in a Loot Crate ages ago. There was a recall but they can't make me give it back, even if I do end up burning my hand whenever I try to pick up anything hot with it.

We also brought out the large Infinity Gauntlet that I crocheted for the movie premier:

Thanos is ready to eat

It was difficult to eat with. But the meal and movie were awesome!

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