Darth Vader flexible spatula to Millennium Falcon and TIE Fighter shaped sandwich cutters. Yes, just like that, you can have an epic space battle with your food. Well, now with ship shaped food.
What else? Well, don't forget to buy a pair of Star Wars Chop Sabers from ThinkGeek. You have to provide your own sound effects while dining, but they are still awesome. Sometimes I like to stab my food with them for extra effect. And also because I'm not that good with chopsticks.
R2-D2 Peppermill. It will look perfect on your dinner table right next to the glass of blue milk.
The StarWars.com shop has a few things to bring your kitchen up to lightspeed too. Have you always wanted to don a Slave Leia costume but found it way too revealing? You can get a taste of the experience while keeping your clothes safe from Wampa steak grease with this Slave Leia apron designed by Spencer Brinkerhoff III. You can go for Darth Vader too. Though Vader is not in a metal bikini. Thankfully.
The same shop has a very easy to control Space Slug Oven Mitt and Darth Vader Toaster. The toaster leaves a Darth Vader burn mark on every slice. It's like seeing the Virgin Mary but geekier!
And we're not through yet! I know! How could it be that there is even more? Well Target.com happens to have a roomy Clone Trooper Helmet Cookie Jar. Don't say "66" around it though; no, really - you don't want to risk it!
collector's mugs. Though apparently they think "Bobafett" is all one word. We'll forgive them for that, right? We'll also let it slide that they said that these are perfect for that "special guy." This girl would love to drink my Earl Grey, hot out of Boba Fett's head. Don't take that one out of context, okay?
How about using R2-Q5 to dispense your soy sauce? Again, you have to provide your own bleep and bloop noises.
Finally, your Star Wars kitchen wouldn't be complete without The Star Wars Cookbook. Oh, and let me say that Star Wars stickers greatly improve the appearance of any Kitchen Aid mixer.
May the nonstick pan be with you!