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Springfield beckons us, once again, into the jaws of culinary madness with this unfortunate take on middle-American cuisine: cheeto, root beer, and hot dog noodles. Normally Bart’s favorite, after an encounter with a wealthy doppelgänger, it becomes the subject of revulsion by the normally-sugar-addled youth. Can we make this dish not only edible, but desirable to the likes of Simon Woosterfield?

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