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Peek at the plates of Tyra Banks, Zac Efron and more celebs who are making us hungry!
By Rosa Heyman
Posted on October 2, 2015 at 1:00pm EST
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When you're a world-famous supermodel, even an afternoon spot of tea becomes an ultra-stylish affair.
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The Entourage actor feels so affectionate about his sweet treat that he even gave it a nickname: "ice cream sammie."
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Zac Efron has a way with his abs ... uh, words – "I really need to talk to you about this scene dog," he punned to Neighbors 2 costar Seth Rogen.
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She's not just an Emmy-award winning comedian. Amy Schumer can cook too, you know.
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Has a fortune cookie ever (literally, ever) been more spot-on?
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Oh, what's The Grinder actor's favorite N.Y.C. treat, you ask? Nope, not a pizza slice; just a classic chocolate egg cream.
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Live-tweeting your new show Scream Queens is tiring, so you gotta remember to eat.
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When he's back home in Malibu (and recovering from what could only be a very low-key weekend in Vegas), the former Hills star makes sure to eat super, super clean.
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L.A. has In-N-Out, New York City has Shake Shack, and, as the singer discovered, Stockholm has Phil's Burgers.
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The Broadway star didn't waste a precious moment on a trip to St. Louis – upon arriving, he stopped first at the famous Schlafly Tap Room for a cold beer.
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Is this an ad for National Coffee Day or "National Sarah Day"? You decide.
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She's ready for company! The former Spice Girl tried her hand at a Victoria sponge, a teatime classic.
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Yep, this is exactly what it looks like: The Pan star is gnawing on Blackbeard's ship steering wheel made entirely out of chocolate.
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Oh behave! The actress hams it up over dessert in Beverly Hills with pal Derek Blasberg.
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"The most fun party of the year" pretty much sums up the Mad Men actress' festive dinner plate.
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Here's to you, Mario Lopez, for always making us envious of your delicious dinners.
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This homegrown harvest from the Baskett family garden raises the bar on veggie variety.
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The talk show host reviews St. Louis-style pizza (which is made with a specific kind of cheese called provel): "It's both amazing and kind of disgusting."
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And in another city, another television host had some pizza that made him burst with joy: "Oh New York, we love you so much."
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Stop taunting us with the delicious lasagna you ate in Italy this week, Aziz!