Speaking of Moons
Earth may once have had two of them.
The two moons may have collided, which explains why the opposite sides of the moon are so different. This would have occurred billions of years ago.
Scientists suggest this second, much smaller moon, crashed in slow motion into the larger moon. It formed an extra thick layer of solid crust rather than a crater, ending up sort of like a pancake squashed by gravity on one side.
It must have been around the time when orange monsters roamed freely on the planet, but that could be wrong.
Ingredients: Oranges, turnips, persimmon, hazelnuts, and asparagus.