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Mirazur, in France, Tops World’s 50 Best Restaurants List

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/25/dining/worlds-50-best-restaurants.html

Mirazur, a restaurant on the French Riviera in Menton, took the No. 1 spot on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, announced on Tuesday at a ceremony in Singapore.

The chef and owner, Mauro Colagreco, a native of Argentina, has also earned three Michelin stars. Last year the restaurant was ranked No. 3.

The annual list, compiled by World’s 50 Best, an organization that ranks restaurants across the globe, has acquired considerable clout since it was started in 2002, as well as criticism for the ways it judges restaurants and chefs.

For 2019, the rules were revised so that previous No. 1 restaurants are not eligible to be considered again, for any spot on the list, preventing restaurants like Noma, in Copenhagen, from securing a perennial lock on the list.

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The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 1-50

https://www.theworlds50best.com/list/1-50-winners

 

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Roger Federer vs Pete Sampras: Wimbledon fourth round, 2001 (Extended Highlights)

Their only competitive match ever.

 

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22 hours ago, Special Juan said:

Serena Williams and Andy Murray on court now....I don't think there has ever been a doubles team more dislikable parternship play ay Wimbledon, ever.

Thank fuck they've been knocked out. The media wankfest made a little sick form in my throat

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2 hours ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Thank fuck they've been knocked out. The media wankfest made a little sick form in my throat

Federer and Nadal meet Friday at Wimbledon for the first time since the 2008 final.:)

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10 minutes ago, Vesper said:

Federer and Nadal meet Friday at Wimbledon for the first time since the 2008 final.:)

Should be a cracker !  - but can only see Djoko winning it this year. Going gluten free seems to have improved his game. WTF is gluten ? :P

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18 minutes ago, Fulham Broadway said:

Should be a cracker !  - but can only see Djoko winning it this year. Going gluten free seems to have improved his game. WTF is gluten ? :P

gluten is a form of protein in certain cereal grains (in the starch)

if if have celiac disease it fucks you up

and is general not all that good for normal people

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Congrats to England who demolished Australia in the semi final of the Cricket World Cup and to reach the final after 27 years. 

Host England will go as favorite into the final and we will have a first time winner. 

Kudos England!!!

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Those new people in the government are buiding a lot of highways and railroads in the Amazonia. There is no pressure from the United States now. They will put soy everywhere.

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Plunkett to Williamson, OUT, Plunkett thinks he has Williamson nicking off. Umpire Dharmasena does not budge. Morgan wants a review. Good length, angling in,

KS Williamson c †Buttler b Plunkett 30 (53b 2x4 0x6) SR: 56.60

 

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Wood to Taylor, OUT, and he strikes first ball, and Taylor can't review because his old pal Martin Guptill used up New Zealand's only one. Length ball angling in from wide of the crease, and Taylor, shuffling across his crease, misses one as he plays around his front leg looking to work the ball square on the leg side. To me it seemed to bounce a fair amount, and it struck him above the knee-roll. Would that have hit the stumps? Marais Erasmus thought it would have...

LRPL Taylor lbw b Wood 15 (31b 0x4 0x6) SR: 48.38

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Plunkett to Neesham, OUT, boundary, wicket. There's that Plunkett cross-seamer that doesn't quite come onto the bat as expected. Fullish on off stump, but it sits up a little off the pitch, and Neesham just doesn't time that attempted loft over mid-on. Comes off the bat with a weird clunk, and Root takes a straightforward catch at mid-on. Three wickets now for Plunkett. What a final he's having.

JDS Neesham c Root b Plunkett 19 (25b 3x4 0x6) SR: 76.00

 

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England require another 237 runs with 10 wickets and 48.0 overs remaining to win our first ever World Cup.

Come on lads!!!

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England require another 218 runs with 10 wickets and 45.0 overs remaining

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