The Daily Dish: September 24, 2015
Today on The Daily Dish, learn more about the new way to enjoy Nutella, cakes so beautiful that they belong in a museum, and where to find some of the best burritos in the country.
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This biscuit invention making the rounds on the Internet is so clever we wish we would have thought of it. That’s right; an Italian designer invented the best way to eat Nutella! You know if nobody was watching you’d just stick your finger in the jar to scoop out the delicious chocolate-hazelnut spread. Not only can you use these amazing finger biscuits to dunk into the jar, but they also enable you to scrape the bottom to get every last bit. It’s a win-win for everyone.
Now, we’ve seen our fair share of over-the-top cakes, but this literally takes the cake. Artist Maria Aristidou has been recreating famous paintings such as Vincent Van Gogh’s The Starry Night and Edvard Munch’s The Scream 1893 in a project called “Art on Cakes” for the Vienna Boutique Cake Gallery in Cyprus. You can find a link to all of the artist’s mouthwatering creations on Instagram on The Daily Meal.
Last, to pay homage to the beloved Mexican dish, The Daily Meal just released its third-annual ranking list of America’s best burritos! This year’s winners are located in 13 states, with California the best-represented. It scored 12 spots! Some burritos that made the cut include The Flying Burrito at Juan's Flying Burrito in New Orleans and the green chile burrito at The Shed in Santa Fe. You’ll have to read the story to find out the best burrito in America.
And that’s today's Daily Dish. Thanks for watching. Stop by tomorrow for another helping.