The trailer that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con for the upcoming CBS All-Access streaming series Star Trek: Picard showed retired Federation officer Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) living out his golden years at his family’s vineyard on Earth in France’s La Barre region. And there was even a close-up of the Picard family wine, bottles of which SDCC attendees got to see up close at the Star Trek Universe booth.
Now, the Picard wine is available for purchase online!
[Impossible sliders laid out on a tray with gluten-free buns, lettuce, tomato, and Impossible Food’s “Americana” sauce made from vegan mayonnaise, Sriracha, ketchup, and caramelized onions.]
CES 2019: Las Vegas, Nevada “” We spoke to Impossible Foods COO David Lee. We wanted to know why 2019 was the year for Impossible Foods, which has been selling products for years, to come to the world’s largest technology show.
“CES is always the place to break important, critical, disruptive technology and Impossible Foods was founded with a bold mission to help save the planet one delicious burger at a time “” to start. Today we’re serving Impossible Burger 2.0. This is an example of technology that just gets better and better. It has everything you want in a burger “” the taste, the texture, the crave-ability. It has all the protein you want, all the iron you want, but it doesn’t have the stuff you don’t want. It doesn’t have cholesterol. It doesn’t have the same amount of fat. It doesn’t have the same amount of calories. What it does is that it allows meat eaters everywhere to prefer our burger “” made from plants “” versus a burger from a cow.”
We’ve already seen Game of Thrones get its own line of beer made by Brewery Ommegang. Now, heading into its final season, the show is about to get another adult beverage with a little bit more of a kick.
It’s been announced that HBO, in collaboration with British alcoholic beverage company Diageo, are releasing a line of Thrones-inspired Scotch whiskies. One is a new blended Scotch from Johnnie Walker fittingly called White Walker and inspired of course by the Night King and his ever-growing army of icy undead who have been the great looming threat slowly approaching since the beginning of the series. The rest are a collection of single malt Scotch whiskies inspired by the various houses of Westeros and the Night’s Watch.
You can find all of the information, including pricing and alcohol by volume, along with images of the bottles below.
Geeks of Doom was recently invited to join fellow journalists to attend a special preview event of Denny’s Solo: A Star Wars Story themed menu. While the food that was sampled was pretty good, it’s what was shown at the event that caught our eye.
During the preview, the diner franchise gave us a look at the new commercial for their new menu. And while you may not see any spoilers, just know that Denny’s worked with Lucasfilm and Skywalker Sound to make their ad as cinematic as possible. Check out the commercial below.
Anyone who knows me knows that I can’t resist good barbecue — or any barbecue for that matter. It’s my Achilles Heel, my downfall. So when I had the opportunity to attend the 10th annual BBQ Crash Course at Austin’s South By Southwest Festival (SXSW), I leapt at the chance.
A little context: I’m a Los Angeles native, and while I often smoke my own barbecue, I’ve never had authentic Texas BBQ before. I had no idea what I was in for.