PhenomeNOMS: Carl Sagan

by Erin Parr Welcome to the first edition of PhenomeNOMS, a look at famous geeks and the food that has either inspired them, or is inspired by them. Carl Sagan, born in 1934, was a brilliant astrophysicist and cosmologist, most widely known for his public television series called Cosmos,  the highest-rated television series at its time. Cosmos covered a range

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Dominate Your Walking Dead Viewing Party With Citrus Ginger Roasted Beets

Just looking at that makes my mouth water. I’m overcome by the gloriously red flesh, the hints of muscular texture, and the overwhelming feeling that my neighbors might taste better with a nice citrus-ginger glaze. Wait. No. I mustn’t think that way. These feelings aren’t real. I’m a person, not a monster. I can’t be craving human flesh. Oh, wait.

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Edible Art: Doctor Who Crack in the Wall of Space and Time

It’s my pleasure to introduce you to artist Tom Gordon, who is illustrating one geek recipe every week for your dining pleasure. This week, he shows you how to make your very own crack in the wall of space and time using nothing more than a tube of sugar cookie dough and some refrigerated generic cinnamon roll tubes (don’t buy

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