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  1. Weird

    Chefs Settle the Deep Dish Debate Once and for All: Chicago Pizza Is Not Actually Pizza

    Four out of four chefs (kind of) agree: New York has the best pizza. Professionals have finally weighed in on the Chicago vs. New York slice war, and it's finally, definitively settled, that's it, forever, no take-backs... deep dish pizza is not actually pizza.

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  2. Entertainment

    Kitchen Overlord Makes Potatoes Anna With a Wonder Woman Twist

    We might not be getting a Wonder Woman movie any time soon, unfortunately, but with a couple of winter vegetables and a whole lot of butter, we can all make our very own Wonder Woman potato dish to serve at the premiere party some day. Kitchen Overlord Chris-Rachael Oseland makes it look really easy with her latest recipe. Take that, WB execs!

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  3. Entertainment

    Woo Your Favorite Companion on Valentine’s Day With This Doctor Who Cookbook

    Going out to dinner for Valentine's Day is fine, but if you really want to show your special lady or fella or ladyfella that your two hearts beat only for them tomorrow night, why not put a meal together from Dining With The Doctor: The Unauthorized Whovian Cookbook? We got our hands on a copy, and I sampled a few of the recipes with my wife. Yes -- I made and ate fish fingers and custard.

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  4. Weird

    Thanksgiving Grub for the Culinarily Impaired or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Bring a Side

    We've all faced the dilemma of attending Thanksgiving and being totally unprepared to bring a side dish, for any number of reasons. Maybe you're working like ten dogs to clear your desk before the long weekend. Maybe you don't want to do the disrespect of competing your mother-in-law's famous mashed potatoes. Maybe, you're just not much of a cook. There's no shame in any of those scenarios. There is, however, an undying shame in showing up to Thanksgiving dinner empty-handed -- don't worry though. Whether you've been tasked with a specific side or left to your own devices, we've got you covered with seven selections you can safely bring to any Thanksgiving feast to ensure you look like a great guest without breaking the bank or a sweat.

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  5. Entertainment

    YouTube Show Set to Start Airing on ABC Because We Needed More Cooking Shows

    YouTube seems to only be gaining more traction as time goes on. Even with Content ID shenanigans, there's no better site to visit for streaming Internet video of things like music or hilarious memes. Their original content has only grown, and now one of the shows they've invested in, Recipe Rehab, will actually begin airing on ABC in October. If nothing else, this means YouTube is certainly picking the right shows to back.

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  6. Science

    Nanoparticles Let Water Boil Without Bubbling, Future Is Officially Now

    I don't know how many times you've let water boil over the sides of a pot while cooking pasta, but if you're anything like me the number is somewhere in the ballpark of "a bajillion times." That travesty may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to nanoparticles which can disperse heat in boiling water, making sure your water comes to an extremely hot boil while remaining as placid as a remote mountain lake. A mountain lake filled with delicious spaghetti. Also, yes, I've totally had that dream before. It's a happy place for me.

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  7. Gaming

    Group Makes Skyrim Recipe, Sunlight Souffle, in Real Life [Video]

    As most people who pay attention to the Internet know, The Elder Scrolls series puts a lot of effort into their in-game books, and Skyrim is no exception. From intricately detailed stories spanning what can only be described as "too many pages," to descriptions on how to pick locks, the world within Skyrim has a bevy of information to divulge to those who actually want to read digital books instead of play the game in which said books exist. At least one book in Skyrim provides recipes, one of which Jimmy Wong, brother of Freddie Wong, and company chose to make in real life. Presenting, the Sunlight Souffle. Full recipe after the break.

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  8. Weird

    10 Foods You Can Allegedly Make In A Coffee Maker

    Like so many before me, I was once hungry in college. With term papers looming and the dining hall already closed for the night, food had to come from somewhere. That was the night I learned to make ramen in my coffee maker. At first I was nervous, pouring the hot water over noodles in my bowl, covering them, and letting it steep. Eventually, I became more adventurous: cooking the noodles in the carafe; putting the seasoning packet in the basket that normally holds the filter; adding an egg. This was cheap food prepared in as cheap a manner as possible. But I had touched just the tip of the iceberg. It turns out there are plenty of foods you can whip up with a Mr. Coffee and some bravery. Our favorites are below. Keep in mind that when cooking with unconventional methods, you run the risk of producing sub-par food and maybe exposing yourself to the dangers of undercooked food. Attempt at your own risk, read with an open mind.

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  9. Weird

    COOKIZZA

    All hail the Cookizza. (via Videogum)

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  10. Tech

    Robot Couple Makes Pancakes

    It's Saturday morning, how about some pancakes? Nono, it's really no trouble. I've been working on my technique. Just let me open the fridge here. No, it's okay, I got it. Yup. I got it. Just another minute or two. There we go. Fridge open. Lemme get the batter out. Won't be long now! (via Wired.)

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