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50 of the world’s best desserts

(CNN) — Imagine the best dessert on Earth. Better yet, turn to a stranger on the street and ask them. Odds are good — dollars to doughnuts — their answer is different from yours. From childhood treats to a grandparent’s favorite recipes, beloved foods are deeply personal. This seems especially …

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Disgusting Food Museum going on tour

(CNN) — Quinoa and kale may now come with a side of fermented shark. The Disgusting Food Museum, which made headlines when it opened in Malmo, Sweden, in November 2018, is traveling somewhere warm for the winter — specfically, to Los Angeles. Alongside the Sweden branch, the museum will open …

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Why German bread is the best in the world (opinion)

(CNN) — You’ve seen the French sauntering around with slender baguettes under their arms or sporting jaunty berets as they pedal bicycles laden with crusty bread. Those cinematic scenes are nice, but when you really get down to business — as my countrymen are inclined to do — it’s obvious …

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The Infatuation’s best new restaurants of 2018

(CNN) — Whether you’re choosing a place to dine while traveling or in your hometown, The Infatuation is the most useful online restaurant guide in the game. They aren’t partial to places serving up the trendiest dishes or run by celebrity chefs. They highlight the best dining experiences and offer …

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An entire town in New Zealand is for sale

(CNN) — Some people buy houses. Some people buy apartments. Some people, perhaps, buy an entire abandoned town in New Zealand. Lake Waitaki Village, located on the South Island about 180 km (112 miles) north of Dunedin, is up for sale for a cool $2.8 million. The town, which was …

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The Greek beach bar with an incredible moving roof

(CNN) — Who knew a roof could become an Internet sensation? At the picture-perfect Greek resort of Costa Navarino in Greece, that’s exactly what’s happened. The Barbouni beach bar restaurant’s canopy ceiling has become ubiquitous on Instagram, thanks to an incredible architectural feat — when the wind ripples through the …

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Where to find the world’s best sake

(CNN) — “No moon, no blossom. Just me drinking sake, totally alone.” This melancholy haiku was penned by Japanese poet Matsuo Basho in 1689, shortly before he set off on a 1,200-mile journey through Tohoku, Japan’s vast northeast that reaches up to Hokkaido. The trip is remembered in his celebrated …

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