January 7th, 2011
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5@5 - Guy Fieri
January 7th, 2011
05:00 PM ET
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5@5 is a daily, food-related list from chefs, writers, political pundits, musicians, actors, and all manner of opinionated people from around the globe.

In case you've been living under, like, a grill or smoker or something and don't automatically recognize those signature spiky, golden locks, this here is self-professed "kulinary gangsta" (there's a tattoo) and celebrity chef Guy Fieri - host of Food Network’s wildly popular series “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” and NBC’s prime-time game show “Minute to Win It.”

So - how does one exactly win over the stomach of his Honorable Dude-liness? Read on, brah.

The Top Five Things I Look for in a Good Diner, Drive-In or Dive: Guy Fieri
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January 7th, 2011
03:30 PM ET
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Dear Gadgetphiles,

If you Tweet from any of your cooking appliances, Team Eatocracy will personally come to your home and pour some manner of liquid all over your circuit breakers.

Love,

All sane people, everywhere

p.s. See full CES coverage

p.p.s. Follow @eatocracy on Twitter

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January 7th, 2011
02:30 PM ET
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Bryan Wells and his wife, Pamela, put together a neat stop-motion, time-lapse video of M&Ms rising in a bowl. It only took the pair 90 minutes to place 1,832 M&Ms in the bowl, snapping photos along the way.

Now, what was the inspiration for the video? “My wife likes to track the light throughout the year. She got a jar, and for every minute of light as the days got longer, she added an M&M, showing the daylight changing over the year. We thought, ‘Why don’t we just put the jar out and do a time-lapse?’” he said.

Can we get one of these, but with truffles or bourbon please? Theeeenks.

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Lunchtime poll – food taboos
January 7th, 2011
12:30 PM ET
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A few days ago, we ran a poll asking if our readers felt that Americans' longstanding cultural taboo on the consumption of horse meat would ever lessen. Somewhat to our surprise, only 30 percent of respondents believed that it would hold firm, and the rest felt, to varying degrees, that pending economic and ecological factors, horse meat would eventually find its way onto domestic menus.

From the comments:

I don't see horse meat as a huge deal. What makes it different from eating a cow, deer, or elk? They are all mammals of a similar type, and it can be said that moose, elk, or deer are as intelligent as a horse, and many cow lovers would talk about how intelligent they are.

I don't understand why people see some meat as being wrong, and others as being normal (primates aside), and cultural bias aside I'd like to hear a valid argument against eating horse meat (or cat/dog for that matter). - Tyler

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