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"I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti."

According to one cannibal writer's account, human meat tastes a lot like veal, not beef or pork. Plan your menus accordingly. —Max Falkowitz, NY Editor

First things first, some panicked confusion regarding smartphone smellovision. WHAT IS HAPPENING, TECHNOLOGY? Also, head-over-heels love for this ant-covered chinaware! And, at long last, a heart-to-heart between Bill de Blasio and Jon Stewart tackles the frenzied controversy surrounding our mayor's pizza-eating technique. —Niki Achitoff-Gray, Associate Editor

Americans are finally interested in consuming non-GMO crops, and it turns out that some are already grown in the US (and have been for years.) But not for a domestic audience- for the Japanese. —Carrie Vasios Mullins, Sweets Editor

One of my favorite corners of the internet is Cockeyed.com, where Rob Cockerham documents experiments, pranks, cool stuff he builds, and a bagillion other things that make him awesomer than the rest of us. (I'm a big fan of "How Much Is Inside?") One of his latest posts is about his many, many, many attempts at trying to make clear ice. It's quite the adventure. (I don't think he came across our article debunking myths about ice.) —Robyn Lee, AHT Editor/Art Director

Jesse Friedman of Almanac Beer Co. wrote an interesting piece on what San Francisco could do to be a better beer town (even when it's not SF Beer Week.) Speaking of SF Beer Week, if you're in San Francisco, you really should be checking out all of the awesome upcoming events. —Maggie Hoffman, Drinks and Senior Editor

Whew! Russian scientists have announced that vegetables grown IN SPACE are safe for humans to eat. —Jamie Feldmar, Managing Editor

Is Aldi's really the way grocery stores should be? I know Slate sometimes just likes to argue for the sake of arguing, but I'd agree more if my local Aldi at least had some fresh vegetables once in a while. —Nick Kindelsperger, Chicago Editor

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