More to Chew On: Museum of Celebrity Leftovers

  • By The Chew Crew
Leftovers, we all eat them, but some people value them more than others, particularly at the Museum of Celebrity Leftovers.  The nontraditional museum opened in 2004 in Cornwall, England and it displays discarded food from twenty different celebrities.  Among the most popular partial dishes are crumbs from a sandwich eaten by Prince Charles and a small piece of a croissant shared by Judi Dench and Sir Ian McKellan.  Not to worry these articles haven’t molded yet.
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