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The cotton candy dish won for "best presentation" at Houston's annual Caesar salad competition. As the Houston Press reports, the candy was spun — with Parmesan cheese and black pepper — onto a cone made of romaine lettuce. Last year's event included Caesar salad cupcakes and Caesar sorbet.
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