Live Long and Eat Sushi Star Trek-style!

by Armand Vaquer

Above, the U.S.S. Enterprise sushi set. ThinkGeek image.

If you are a Star Trek fan (original NBC series) and also a fan of sushi, then ThinkGeek has just the thing for you!

It is a U.S.S. Enterprise (original series version) sushi set.

It consists of:
And now you can have a Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set of your very own. Set it on your table, and it looks like a mid-warp U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 on a wooden base. But the wooden base is actually a sushi plate. Remove the top of the saucer section, and you have a little dish for your soy sauce. And slide out the warp effect from the nacelles and you'll have a pair of chopsticks. The Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set is just the thing to elevate sushi... into the final frontier!
The price? Only $34.99!

To find out more, go here

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