Star Wars food IRL includes fried tip-yip, smoked kaadu ribs, and yes, the iconic blue bantha milk
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When Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens at Disneyland this summer and Walt Disney World this fall, it’ll give hopeful fans the opportunity to build their own lightsabers to fulfill their deepest wannabe-Skywalker fantasies, pilot the Millennium Falcon, and drink a cocktail at a wretched hive of scum and villainy. What does local intergalactic food actually taste like on Earth, though?
As we learned at a recent top-secret, photo-restricted preview hosted backstage at Disneyland Resort for a select group of media, tropical fruits, kooky chicken nuggets, and global spices star in a collection of meals and flavors never before offered at a Disney property anywhere on this planet. (This is, after all, the brand famous for selling over 3 million mouse-shaped ice cream bars each year.) Virtually every item is edible fan service: Oga’s Cantina, the long-anticipated Star Wars bar, serves up the Bloody Rancor, a twist on a Bloody Mary served with a meringue bone garnish.