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What do you get when you combine Ben & Jerry ice cream with your favorite cookies? An amazing, custom ice cream sandwich of course. Simply slice the microwaved pint into slices, place in between cookies, remove wrapping, and you're ready to eat. For those who have wondered where this frozen confection originated in North America, pictures from the Jersey Shore circa 1905 "On the beach, Atlantic City", show Ice Cream sandwiches were popular at 1-cent each. Continue reading for more.

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Love cake, but only have some leftover dark chocolate, butter, and eggs? Then combine the first two ingredients, microwave them in a bowl, and then slowly add it to the egg mixture after whisking it for 5-minutes. Lastly, put everything into a baking pan and bake it for 22-25 minutes. Continue reading for more three-ingredient recipes that geeks would love.

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The chocolate chip cookie was accidentally developed by Ruth Graves Wakefield in 1930. She owned the Toll House Inn, in Whitman, Massachusetts, a very popular restaurant that featured home cooking in the 1930s. Her cookbook, Toll House Tried and True Recipes, was published in 1936 by M. Barrows & Company, New York. It included the recipe "Toll House Chocolate Crunch Cookie" which rapidly became a favorite cookie in American homes. Continue reading for more interesting things you may not have known about chocolate chip cookies.

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The weekend is finally here, and geeks who love Oreo cookies can now rejoice, as we bring you 17 cool and creative ways to hack the cookie. Starting off, we have Cookies and Cream Oreo bark, which requires you to crush some cookies and then mix together with melted white chocolate before refrigerating. The "Oreo Biscuit" was first developed and produced by the National Biscuit Company (today known as Nabisco) in 1912 at its Chelsea factory in New York City. The modern-day Oreo design was developed in 1952 by William A. Turnier, to include the Nabisco logo. Continue reading for more.

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No, you're not looking at the real Eiffel Tower in Paris, but rather the casino and resort located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. When the scale model of the Eiffel Tower was designed, it was planned to be full scale, but the airport was too close and the tower had to be shrunk. For those who enjoy fine dining, there's the Eiffel Tower Restaurant that can be reached via a special elevator, with French cuisine by Chef J. Joho. Continue reading for more.

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The Giza Necropolis is basically an archaeological site on the Giza Plateau, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt that consists of ancient monuments, including the three pyramid complexes known as the Great Pyramids, the massive sculpture known as the Great Sphinx, several cemeteries, a workers' village and an industrial complex. It is located some 9 km (5 mi) inland into the desert from the old town of Giza on the Nile, some 25 km (15 mi) southwest of Cairo city center. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Just like clouds, if you happen to look for long enough, you're bound to spot something that resembles a face or object. This geek managed to find the Joker in a cup of yogurt, complete with the twisted smile and eyes. Continue reading for 18 more funny pieces of food that look like famous things, people.

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According to Slate.com, transitions associated with the start and end of DST (Daylight Savings Time) disturb sleep patterns and make people restless at night, which results in sleepiness the next day." What do some people do when they feel tired? Eat lots of junk food of course. Continue reading for 17 extremely random facts that may change the way you look at everyday foods.

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For coffee lovers, there's nothing like starting your day with a nice hot shot of espresso or two, but what if you could actually eat the shot glass rather than wash / throw it out? Meet the Lavazza cookie cup. It's lined with a special sugar coating so the cookie doesn't get soggy. Continue reading for more.

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Just when you thought spending $100 per week on groceries was barely scraping by, check out what some other families around the world spend on food each week. These images were captured by two photo journalists who wanted to explore eating habits of random families worldwide, starting with the Ayme family from Ecuador, Tingo. Continue reading for more. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery.

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