ThinkGeek’s Twilight Zone To Serve Man (Cook Journal)

ThinkGeek has recently added to it’s collection of awesomely, geeky products this cook journal that comes straight from the tales of the classic, black and white, science-fiction television series, The Twilight Zone!! The journal was inspired by the classic Twilight Zone episode, To Serve Man, except that this book isn’t really a cook book but more of a journal to write down tasty recipes in. The 160 page book is available on for $12.99.



Here’s a description of the cook journal:

If you think The Twilight Zone is a place where sparkly vampires live, please leave the planet now. If you’re still here (and we know you are!), of course you know The Twilight Zone, and of course you love it. From all Rod Serling’s twists and turns to all the stories written by or adapted from beloved sci-fi authors to the many faces of William Shatner, The Twilight Zone will live forever. If aliens don’t come down and eat all of us for dinner, that is. Remember the episode “To Serve Man” Remember the Kanamit? Remember their book? Well, time to have one of your own, with this To Serve Man Journal.

Ok, so the To Serve Man Journal isn’t a cookbook for humans. But it looks like a scaled down version of the one in the episode. What it really is is a blank, lined journal ready to record your thoughts, feelings, recipes, and twisted story ideas. With Kanamit writing on the front cover and an English translation on the back, everyone will know what the book says, but only the best will know what it really means. Hopefully, your To Serve Man Journal will end happier than the ending of “To Serve Man:”

The recollections of one Michael Chambers with appropriate flashbacks and soliloquy. Or more simply stated, the evolution of man. The cycle of going from dust to dessert. The metamorphosis from being the ruler of a planet to an ingredient in someone’s soup. It’s tonight’s bill of fare from The Twilight Zone.

to serve man twilight zone scene

You can see ThinkGeek’s cook journal by following the link down below


Let us know what you think about ThinkGeek’s To Serve Man Cook Journal in the comments down below!!


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