The World's 50 Best Restaurants, A Light Breakfast and Square Melons in Today's Eater's Digest
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S. Pellegrino's annual "World's 50 Best Restaurants" list was recently released and 8 United States restaurants made the list. Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark stole the number one spot from Spain's El Bulli, which had been at the top for the last 4 consecutive years.
Think any Arizona restaurants made the list? Click here to see the full list.
People do the strangest things. A Chinese man is claiming to have eaten 1500 light bulbs for breakfast
over the last 32 years, referring to them as "crispy and delicious. We'll take his word for it. Read the full story here.
The only thing wrong with buying a whole watermelon is finding room in the fridge. That problem has now been solved --- by making them square? This week the new square watermelon will make its debut in the United States, but it's going to cost you a pretty penny. If you aren't into paying ridiculous prices for your fruit, click here to find out how to grow your own square melons.
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