Green eggs and ham is a dish at once familiar to many and yet mysterious — no one can say for sure what this meal would translate to as real, edible food. Mar'sel, a Los Angeles county restaurant inside the ocean-side resort Terranea, crafted a green eggs and ham Benedict with prosciutto and Californian touches like salsa verde hollandaise and avocado. Courtesy of Mar'sel hide caption

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Feijoada Wins The Gold In Brazilian Cuisine

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Heat up a frozen burrito by putting it on a hot car engine. It goes from frozen to hot in about 20 minutes, says touring musician Sharon Martinson. Sharon Martinson/Courtesy of Sharon Martinson hide caption

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'Engine Block Burritos' — And Other Road Trip Tips From Touring Musicians

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Crepes are a cousin of the enchilada, says Mexican chef Pati Jinich. A vestige of French intervention in Mexico, crepes are now considered classics of Mexican gastronomy. (Above) Jinich's crepe enchiladas with corn, poblano chiles and squash in an avocado-tomatillo sauce. Courtesy of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt hide caption

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The staple at legendary Prince's is fiery hot fried chicken, always served on white bread, with pickles. Danielle Atkins/Courtesy of Spring House Press hide caption

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How A Cheating Man Gave Rise To Nashville's Hot Chicken Craze

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Mexican chef Pati Jinich shares her recipe for shrimp enchiladas from her cookbook, Mexican Today. Courtesy of Rux Martin Books/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt hide caption

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Mexican Chef Pati Jinich Wants To Change How You Think About Enchiladas

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This version of Baked Alaska at Delmonico's restaurant in New York City stays true to the original: a walnut sponge cake layered with apricot compote and banana gelato, covered with torched meringue. Courtesy of Delmonico's Restaurant hide caption

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A blaa is a soft, doughy white roll – with either a soft or crusty top. It has a chewy texture that makes it a perfect vehicle for butter. Only the ones baked in Waterford, Ireland, can officially be called "blaa," but you can try out the recipe below at home. Elizabeth Rushe for NPR hide caption

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Girl Scout Cookie Unity Cheesecake: the mashup dessert you never knew you needed. Courtesy of Emily Vonn/Vail Custom Cakes hide caption

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Thin Mint Mashup: Grind Those Girl Scout Cookies Into Cheesecake

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Snow Cones Fresh From The Sky: Listeners Share Recipes

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Encore: One-Hour Faux Cheddar

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The Planet Money peacock pie, in all its glory. Cameron Robert/NPR hide caption

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Episode 674: We Cooked A Peacock

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From 'Tostitos Lime' To 'Sexy Sunblock,' The Best Drinks Of 2015

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Burnt Out On Leftovers Ideas? We've Got Some

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There are so many opportunities to screw up pumpkin pie. But done right, it can win friends and influence people. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Perfect Pumpkin Pie: One Woman's Quest For Custard, Crust — And Glory

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'A Confederacy Of Dunces Cookbook': A Classic Revisited In Recipes

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So Long, Turkey: 3 Ways To Spice Up Thanksgiving Without The Bird

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