Mother-daughter bakers create a 6 foot Han Solo sculpture in bread Remember how the Star Wars character looked at the end of The Empire Strikes Back? He was frozen in carbonite, hands straining to reach out. They did the same thing in bread and call it "Pan Solo."

Mother-daughter bakers create a 6 foot Han Solo sculpture in bread

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(SOUNDBITE OF JOHN WILLIAMS' "THE IMPERIAL MARCH (DARTH VADER'S THEME)")

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martinez. Mother-daughter team Hannalee and Catherine Pervan love baking, and they also love science fiction. Their latest creation combines both. It's a six-foot sculpture of Han Solo as he looked at the end of "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back." Remember, Han was frozen in carbonite, hands straining to reach out. The whole thing is made out of bread. They call it Pan Solo. It's MORNING EDITION.

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