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This week’s riddle comes from the popular NPR show, Sunday Puzzle. These can be tough so don’t give up, enlist help if you are stumped. The riddle was submitted by Andrew Chaikin of San Francisco. Good luck!
This week’s brain teaser:Think of a famous philosopher — first and last names. Change one letter in the first name to get a popular dish. Drop two letters from the last name and rearrange the result to get the kind of cuisine of this dish. What is it?
HINT: The philosopher in question lived in Europe in the 19th century but the cuisine originates from another continent.