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The 5 Best Things This Sports Illustrated Supermodel Has Ever Eaten

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    You'd never believe the diet of drop-dead stunning Sports Illustrated bikini model Chrissy Teigen  — unless you follow her on Twitter, of course. Famous on the internet for her hilarious hijinks, Seinfeldian humor, and, oh, being the better half of singer John Legend, she's like a mix between Kelly Oxford and Anthony Bourdain, if that mashup also happened to be able to rock the hell out of a red carpet gown.

    When Chrissy's not designing her own swimwear line, taking culinary classes, and repping companies like Venus and Nine West, she documents her home-cooked wonders on her blog, So Delushious. Though, if you're wondering what she's really eating while out and about in New York, you could scan through her foodie-fied Twitter account...or just take these suggestions from the newly minted VH1 host herself. If you're looking to hit the ground running with some of Manhattan's best bites — from a lasagna that's 100 layers thick to Teigen's favorite NY burger (which requires an off-menu request!) — we suggest you start gobbling here. Hitting the gym after....well, that's up to you!

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