Get Some Grub You Can Grab; That’s One Mixed-up Professional! All-Caps Capitals & Countries; Life-or-death Circular Logic; Greco-Romance-language Wrestling

PUZZLERIA! SLICES: OVER 8!/21 SERVED
 Please accept my apologies for posting this edition of Puzzleria! several hours past the time I usually post it (that is, in the wee hours of Friday morning rather than these waning ones). I am experiencing an internet-access challenge. I hope my challenge does not last as long as the current two-creative challenge posed by Will Shortz!

Schpuzzle Of The Week:
All-Caps Capitals & Countries

Consider the following list of eleven world capitals and their countries. 
Now consider just the nine cities and two countries printed in all-uppercase letters. Ignore the two cities and nine countries not printed in all-uppercase letters.)
Which one of of the eleven places in uppercase letters does not belong in the list? Explain your answer.
Hint: There are a number of people who believe the place does indeed belong on the list.
Luanda, ANGOLA;
ASMARA, Eritrea;
BRUSSELS,  Belgium
CANBERRA, Australia;
COPENHAGEN, Denmark;
KINGSTON, Jamaica;
Bamako, MALI;
OTTAWA, Canada;
PORT LOUIS, Mauritius;
ROSEAU, Dominica; and
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic.



Appetizer Menu

Unbeatable Rompecabezas Y Pazl Appetizer:
Greco-Romance(language) wrestling

?1. Think of a common Spanish word for a body part. Add an L and rearrange to name a species of fish.
?2. Think of a character from Greek mythology in eight letters whose name is a concatenation of four US state postal codes. 
?3. Name a well-known fictional character from a series of novels, in seven and ten letters, whose first and last names start with the same three letters. 
These three letters can be rearranged into a Greek letter. 
?4. Name an insect and a Mexican food that each end with the same five letters.


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Worthy Of Note-ation Slice:
That’s one mixed-up professional!

Take six consecutive interior letters from the name of a profession. 
Double one consonant and one vowel and mix up the letters of the result to form the last name of a noteworthy member of the profession. 
Who is it?

Riffing Off Shortz And Zion Slice, Part 1:
Life-or-death circular logic

Will Shortz’s August 25th NPR Weekend Edition Sunday puzzle, created by Lee Zion, of Lafayette, Minnesota, reads: 
This is a two-week challenge. It may sound impossible, but it’s not. You wake up trapped in a round room with six doors. 
A voice over a loudspeaker tells you that five of the doors are booby-trapped and will bring instant death if you try to open them. Only one door provides an opening that will get you out safely. The doors are evenly spaced around the room. They look exactly alike. Your only clue is that on the wall between each pair of doors is a large letter of the alphabet. Going clockwise, the letters are H, I, J, K, L and M. Which is the correct door that will get you out ... and why?
Puzzleria!s Riffing Off Shortz And Zion Slices read:
ENTREE #1:
This challenge may sound impossible, but it’s not. You wake up trapped in a round room with five doors. A voice over a loudspeaker tells you that four of the doors are booby-trapped and will bring instant death to an unknown innocent person somewhere in the universe if you try to open them. 
Only one door provides an opening that will not take the life of this innocent person. The doors are evenly spaced around the room. They look exactly alike. Your only clue is that on the wall between each pair of doors is a large letter of the alphabet. Going clockwise, the letters are H, I, J, K and L. 
Which door is the correct door to choose, just because it is the right thing to do... and why?
ENTREE #2:
This challenge may sound impossible, but it’s not. You wake up trapped in a round room with six doors. A voice over a loudspeaker tells you that five of the doors are booby-trapped and will bring instant death if you try to open them. But one door provides an opening that will not only get you out safely but will grant you supreme bliss for the remainder of your life. 
The doors are evenly spaced around the room. They look exactly alike. Your only clue is that on each of the doors is a large letter of the alphabet. Going clockwise, the letters are C, D, E, F, G and H. Which is the correct door that will grant you supreme bliss ... and why?


Dessert Menu

No Knife No Fork No Spoon No Problem Dessert:
Get some grub you can grab

Name three body parts that begin with the same letter. 
Each word appears in the name of a kind of food usually eaten without using utensils.
What are these body parts and food names?

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