Suzilla: Fat Sal's Fat Sandwiches
Sue seeks out the famed fat sandwich and ends up competing against owner Sal in the Big Fat Fatty Challenge.
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How It's Made: Assorted Chocolates
Find out how some of life's guiltiest pleasures come to fruition in this clip about luxury chocolates from The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
How It's Made: Tortilla Chips
Ever wonder how tortilla chips get their signature texture? Find out in this clip from The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
How It's Made: Candy Canes
Candy canes, invented in the 1700s, now come in myriad colors and sizes. Find out how giant batches of sugary goop are transformed into beautiful, tasty striped candies. Be sure to brush your teeth after watching.
Some Assembly Required: Cheddaring
The curd and the whey must be separated before cheese can begin to form, a process know as cheddaring. Learn more about this unique process on Discovery Channel's "Some Assembly Required."
Understanding: Frozen Food Industry
On TLC's "Understanding," Swanson introduced the first TV dinner in 1953, and it revolutionized American cooking. Today updated flash freezing methods are used to keep damaging ice crystals at a minimum.
G Word: Cacao Processing
Discover how cacao, the plant used to make chocolate, is dried and processed in Costa Rica. Learn more with Stephen Brooks, correspondent on Planet Green's "G Word."
How It's Made: Rum
Find out how fermentation transforms molasses into rum in this clip from The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
How It's Made: Goat Cheese
Watch as goat's milk is transformed into a delicious, healthy snack in this clip from The Science Channel's "How It's Made."
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