Welcome to this week's succulent edition of <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the world's first completely edible photo gallery. Always high on fiber, we begin this week's fare with THE CHEW crew cookin' up some grub for your edification. Master chef Symon has a well known passion for pork and his baked stuff pigskins are not to be passed over.
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Wrassling for the last stuffed pigskin at DIRECTV'S Seventh Annual Celebrity Beach Bowl in New Orleans.
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The Bungan Surf life saving crew hauled in a prized catch off Dee Why Beach in Sydney, Australia. Sauteed in lemon juice and broiled to perfection, this one left everyone on the boat belching with contentment. See for yourself here.
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The Knicks' assistant GM pawsed with two pooches from the Westminster Dog Show before his team proved to be Best in Show against the Detroit Pistons at Madison Square Garden where Buck Laughlin was overheared asking, "Now tell me, Allan, which one of these dogs would you want to have as your wide receiver on your football team? And to think that in some countries these dogs are eaten."
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If you've ever wished your significant other were on the bottom of the ocean instead of making your life a complete misery, and then had a dramatic change of heart, there's a mail box 19 feet under the sea off the coast of Ito, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan where you can deposit a conciliatory valentine just like these divers are doing.
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This just in via our ham operator in the kitchen outside Pyeongchang: South Korean and U.S. marines have been ordered by the IOC to conduct top secret tests of a dramatic revamping of Olympic biathlon. It's hoped that the use of live ammo and extra points for taking out opponents during the new slalom portion of the event will spur interest in a sport that ordinarily slips under the radar while the public fixates on splashier events like figure skating.
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A towering cultural presence, the singer enthralled the crowd during halftime at the Super Bowl with her electric version of "The Chicken Dance."
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The Super Bowl quarterbacks, as lovingly rendered by artistes Josh Counsel and Kendall Jensen respectively, neither of whom plans to work with traditional canvas anytime soon, as you can well understand.
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Getting a bead on: The Premiere Girls at the big bash in N'awluns before the big football game.
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We hear the Giants' nattily-attired QB tried to interest the former two-sport superstar/TV personality/Super Bowl commercial character in a discreet game of winner-take-all Go Fish before DIRECTV'S Seventh Annual Celebrity Beach Bowl in New Orleans. The former two-sport superstar/TV personality/Super Bowl commercial character wisely declined.
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You can't make this stuff up, so we won't. Just read the official caption and try not to feel like you've ingested LSD: "Carnival revellers dressed as giraffes eat a sausage while they celebrate the start of the street carnival with its tradition of fools entering the town halls and women cutting off men's ties with scissors on so-called Old Women's Day in Cologne, Germany. Old Women's Day is traditionally the beginning of street carnival, with the foolish street spectacles in the carnival centers of Duesseldorf, Mainz and Cologne." Has a certain logic to it, right?
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From the looks of them, you'd think their team had just been knocked out of the African Cup of Nations tournament by losing to Mali on penalties in the quarterfinal at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban. And you would be right.
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A flock of Ducks (from top left, Francois Beauchemin, Sheldon Souray and Ryan Getzlaf) get all chummy after a goal by Bobby Ryan as Wild goalie Niklas Backstrom readjusts his five hole during the third period of their National Hockey League hockey game in Anaheim.
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Now, <italics>that's</italics> a power couple, eh?
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Now that he's finally won a Super Bowl, the Ravens signal-caller can begin hanging out with more high-class individuals.
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After calling for the head of Ray Lewis, thousands of justifiably jubilant Baltimoreans got their wish and gathered at M&T Bank Stadium in the wake of the Ravens' stirring victory in the Super Bowl.
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At what sounds like a Halloween event, Shelley Rudman of Great Britain (center) succumbed to a case of "mommy brain", as did Noelle Pikus Pace (left), when they had to contend with their rollicking urchins in St Moritz.
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The competition in Schladming, Austria is now open to everyone. Proof of sanity not required.
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Ah, well, wait til' next year...or next week for another thrilling gallery.
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