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Great Museums: Fast Food Edition

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hamburg1.jpg The International Vinegar Museum (Roslyn, South Dakota): "See vinegars from all over the world. Taste vinegars made from all kinds of plants. See paper made from vinegar. Learn how vinegar is made in factories, villages and homes all over the world. Learn all you never knew to ask about vinegar!"

The Mustard Museum (Mount Horeb, Wisconsin): " The Museum features an extensive collection of prepared mustards - over 4,300 jars, bottles, and tubes from all 50 states and more than 60 countries. The Museum also is home to hundreds of items of great mustard historical importance, including mustard pots and vintage mustard advertisements."

The Condiment packet museum (online): "Where do you obtain all these packets? Some of them I obtain myself from restaurants, the fridge at work, other peoples' kitchens. I have many friends on the lookout who live in other areas of the country."

The International Hamburger Hall of Fame (future home in Daytona Beach, Florida): Design (right) from the architect, Eugene Tsui, "The client requirements of this project were that the building must look like a giant hamburger; or at least that it express the interior contents (hamburgers) in a clear fashion."


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