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23 People Who Basically Deserve Michelin Stars For Their Creative Cooking Genius

All I know is that I'm really hungry now.

You can have a full culinary school education or the skills of a seasoned at-home chef, but some people are just born legends in the kitchen. Here are some people whose cooking creativity knows no bounds.

1. This person who should truly earn a Michelin star for his taco discovery.

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It's the smartest way to double your dinner.

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2. And this one who found a genius way to make every bite of lasagna extra crispy.

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3. And this one, who learned how to take the term "one-pot meal" to the next level.

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No steamer, no problem. This guy gets an A+ for creativity.

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4. This fella who knows a thing or two about maximizing surface area (and getting the most amount of pizza from it).

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5. This person who turned his bathtub into a sushi bar.

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It's a whole new kind of sushi boat.

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6. This trailblazer who came up with possibly the greatest food mashup on the planet.

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I'm adding these to my dinner rotation.

7. And this one who truly understands the definition of a balanced diet.

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Life is all about moderation.Β 

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8. And this guy, who put an empty wheel of Parmesan into an epic pasta bowl.

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9. And this pure genius who made cupcakes from cornbread, mashed potatoes, and fried chicken.

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Savory cupcakes, FTW.

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10. This person who ran out of hot dog buns but worked with what was available...a baked potato.

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11. This true trailblazer who used instant ramen seasoning packets to give microwave popcorn a serious kick.

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12. This visionary who realized that beneath every jar of Aldi pasta sauce, there's a measuring cup.

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Why buy kitchen tools when you can use the pasta sauce in your pantry?

13. And this one who decided to wrap a pickle in melted cheese.

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For god's sake, why didn't I think of this?

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14. This genius who thought to reheat leftover pepperoni pizza in a waffle iron.

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15. And this one who discovered the proper way to eat Oreos.

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Let's be honest...you were gonna dunk those Oreos in milk anyway.

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16. This guy who understands the proper cheese to pasta ratio.

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One can NEVER have too much cheese.

17. And this one who knows a thing or two about charcuterie.

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BRB, I'm stuffing ranch Bugles with prosciutto.Β 

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18. This crafty dude who was craving fish and chips and had to get a little creative.

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Gotta work with what you got.

19. And this one, who proves that fruit salad is a really loose term.

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That's quite a few bags of Haribo gummies.

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20. This king of comfort food who understands that two types of mac 'n' cheese are better than one.

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Stuffed shells just took on a new meaning.

21. This hard core snacker who discovered the sweet and savory food to rule them all.

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22. This brilliant mind who turned chicken nuggets into a legendary spread.

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This is actually my heaven.

23. And finally, this savant who knows that "dinner" is just a label.

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