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Mr. Bad Food
by John McGran, Food columnist

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It’s no contest. The hottest tourist attraction in Arlington, Massachusetts is the Burnt Food Museum.

You don’t need to know your ash from a hole in the ground to enjoy extra-blackened exhibits like Pizza Toast, Thrice Baked Potato and Mmmm… Soy Pups.

The one-of-a-kind museum was founded in the late 1980s by primary contributor Deborah Henson-Conant who was preparing hot apple cider when a phone call diverted her attention long enough for the cider to transform into cinder.

That initial attraction – Free Standing Hot Apple Cider – remains on display today.

For directions… just follow your nose!

@ 10:32pm ET on May 19, 2008 Doesn't all the food look alike? hahahahaa
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