A Mission to Eat Food from Every Country in New York

Read about one man's mission to eat food from every country on the globe without leaving New York City.

It has long been said that you could get just about any kind of food in the Big Apple, but Charles Bibilos is putting that theory to the test. As part of his United Nations of Food project, he has been slowly and systematically eating delicious meals from each and every country on the globe. Some come from food carts, some come from restaurants and some even come from residential kitchens. So far this legend of global gluttony has scarfed down food from 124 countries, with only a few dozen more to go. Pretty cool idea. Come to think of it, this concept reminds us of something.

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