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The Classic Triple, Double Beef
Wendy's Classic Triple, double the beef. So greasy... So cheesy...
6 patties, 7 slices of cheese, 1200 calories, $8.50.
76oz Steak Challenge, J & R's Steakhouse, NY
Continuing our "Supersized New York" series, ojrifkin from eatfeats.com
tells us in the forums
about the famous 76oz Steak Challenge in suburban NYC. At 3 different locations, Stony Brook, Rocky Point and Calverton,
you too can try and demolish the 76oz'er for $59.99. And if you manage to finish it in less than an hour, it's yours free! And I thought the 72oz Big Texan
was big! (I feel another "Burger Wars" type battle coming on!)
J&R's Famous 76oz. FREE STEAK CHALLENGE. THE BIGGEST STEAK IN THE U.S.A.!!! If you finish this steak in one hour by yourself, it's on the house! NADA... FREE... "0"... NOT A DIME!! $59.99
3lb Steak at Morgans, NYC
More Supersized fare for our New York readers. Gustad Mody
from over at Iron Stomach
sent me this one, it's 48oz's of rare Porterhouse Steak from Morton's. Moooo!!!
48 ounce steak at Mortons here. 3 pounds of rare goodness. (yes, of course I finished it... at my leisure in 27 minutes) It was about 90 bucks if i recall correctly
Mr Giant Taco Salad Inventor
I'd heard this on MP3, but never saw the commercial... Classic...
What not to do when eating a 20x20
This illustration (thankfully) shows what not to do when trying to down a 20x20 at In 'n' Out....
So the deal was that he would eat half, and I would eat half. what really happened was half-way through, the entire group of us dared Macabre to eat some of the molten cheese sitting at the bottom, and paid him to do it ($4.50 all told). He did. Here is an illustrated version of what happened, done by Sana, who was also there.
Japanese TV comp to eat 6kg of Curry in 15 minutes
Japanese competitive eaters Gal Sone and Giant Shirata appear on Japanese morning TV to eat 6kg of Japanese Curry in 15 minutes. Japanese game shows are awesome :D
The 20 Level BK Stacker
Burger King has recently released their "Stacker" menu
, recommending a maximum of 4 beef pattys per burger. Not so, say the guys over at anandtech.com!
They rocked into their local BK the other night and asked for no less than a 20 level stacker!
It was pretty good. the manager of the store wanted us to print off a photo of it so they could hang it in their office it was about $20 and we all pitched in. they had to make it laying down on the tray, we then sat it upright so we could take pictures and things of the sort. We just took bites out of it from the side. We had a rule that no forks could be used. BK's slogan, afterall, is "Have it your way." And, no, we didn't call in advance It was about 9:30pm at night, so no one was there anyways. Oh, and it was about $20... We didn't order it expecting it to be tasty--even though it was. We were just trying to make a huge sandwich, LOL. We're going to get a bigger one next time.
Tim and the 5lb, 54 topping Burger, "The Counter", Palo Alto, CA
There's a place called "The Counter" in Palo Alto, CA, that lets you make the burger your way. They give you a sheet with a bunch of check boxes, 54 to be exact, and you mark out what you'd like on your burger. Tim thought he'd see what a burger with every option would look like. And just to make things interesting, his buddy dared him to eat it in 30 minutes. Crazy!
From: http://jimmylin.imeem.com/blogentry/8TViehBk (Originally from eatfeats.com)
This past Saturday, a few friends and I went to check out this new burger place called The Counter in Palo Alto. Their whole pitch is that you get to build your own burger: pick your meat, size, cheese, toppings, sauce, and bun type, and you're good to go. Their website claims that there are over 312,120 different burger combinations. But as you'll soon see, as far as I'm now concerned, there's only one combination worth getting. Here's the story...
Video of the In 'n' Out 100x100
I found this today... didn't realise they released a video of this historic burger creation!
The 6x6 Challenge
2 contestants, 2 6x6's. Who can eat the 6x6 the fastest?