House musician Jonathan Coulton works his way through a rendition of the Twisted Sister anthem "We're Not Gonna Take It"...although its lyrics have been reworked as clues to baked goods.
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House musician Jonathan Coulton works his way through a rendition of the Twisted Sister anthem "We're Not Gonna Take It"...although its lyrics have been reworked as clues to baked goods.
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Foodie: The Other 'F' Word

Two professional competitive eaters square off in a game inspired by a Twisted Sister song. Plus V.I.P., Bon Appétit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport dishes about culinary trends and the scourge of Yelp.

Do you like trivia? Do you enjoy food? This week, you can have your cake and eat it too. Two professional competitive eaters square off in a music round inspired by a certain Twisted Sister song. Our Very Important Puzzler, Bon Appétit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport, dishes about culinary trends, the scourge of Yelp reviews and why he hates giving wine advice. Plus, trivia rounds about nursery rhymes, bad spelling and ironic facts. Find out who's the cream of the crop, and who'll be mincemeat.

Chain Fleetwood Mac

Professional competitive eaters Eric "Badlands" Booker (left) and Crazy Legs Conti. Josh Rogosin/NPR hide caption

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We're Not Gonna Bake It

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Let's Call It Off Peter Bjorn and John

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Adam Rapoport: Good Eggs, Bad Apples

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