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A Manhattan restaurant’s $69 hot dog has been declared the world’s most expensive hot dog by the Guinness World Records.

Restaurant Serendipity 3, which also holds the record for the world’s most expensive ice-cream sundae at $1,000 and the largest hot chocolate at four gallons (15 litres), set its latest record on Friday – National Hot Dog Day in the US.

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A central London restaurant is offering what it claims is the world’s most expensive omelette.

The restaurant, Boisdale, has put a crab, lobster, asparagus and truffle omelette on its menu, costing about ten times the price of a normal omelette.

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Here’s another weird one for the world’s most expensive food list – the world’s most expensive cereal.

You won’t find this cereal in your regular breakfast cereal box, or on the supermarket shelves – and that’s because there is only one unique “Great Illinois Corn Flake.”

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Cheese has been a dairy favourite among many since ancient times – its origins even pre-dating recorded history. It comes in several forms, flavours and textures and can feature in anything from a pizza to a platter accompanying a bottle of fine wine.

But there’s one type of cheese which you’re not very likely to come by very often – the world’s most expensive cheese.

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Here’s an odd one for the world’s most expensive foods list:

Back in 2005, a couple named Mike and Liz started a blog detailing their experience after they had allegedly found a french fry at McDonalds that featured a near-perfect profile of U.S. sixteenth President Abraham Lincoln, as seen on the penny coin.

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As the most widely consumed beverage in the world after water, many of us enjoy unwinding with a hot cup of tea after a hard day’s work.

Tea comes in many forms – such as white, green, oolong and black – and can be packaged in several forms – including as loose leaf tea, compressed tea, instant tea, or as tea bags.

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Ferran Adrià, owner of the restaurant famed as being the best in the world, El Bulli, has decided to close the restaurant at the end of the year.

Adrià said he would be taking a hiatus from El Bulli as of 2012 to explore new gastronomy trends and to do some teaching in the United States, before re-opening for the 2014 season.

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