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100 Chickens on a BBQ

Can't fit enough food on a conventional BBQ? Build your own! This one has about 75-100 chickens all cooking at once... top effort!

From: http://www.pbase.com/orac/image/21229907

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Mega Mac Daddy, 21 pattys

Another Mega Mac entry, this time with 21 cheeseburgers instead of Big Macs. Of all the Mega Mac's I've seen so far, this one turned out to be a bit of a train wreck... I think those Japanese entries were onto something using chopsticks as structural support!

From: http://www.oftm.com/megamac.html

OFTM has done it again. Gone over the limit. Way over. We created a burger so big, so messy, so cheesy that only OFTM had the guts to do it. That burger is the Mega Mac Daddy. Featuring 21 patties of 100% beef, 21 slices of pure cheese, pickles, ground onion, ketchup, all on a bun.

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Super Taco Construction Video

Ever wondered how to make a "Super Taco"? Probably not quite a "Supersized" taco (maybe glue together 6 soft tacos?), but still larger than your average, and of course, educational! :)

From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WV8oz8gfZkk


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Huge Ice Cream Sundae
Instead of using a normal bowl, why not use a fruit bowl! These guys have!

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/somewhatfrank/159715560/

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Monica and her stack of In 'n' Out Beef

This has to be one of the happiest In 'n' Out customers I've ever seen! I think the happiest person in an In 'n' Out would have to be the guy who made the 100x100... what a legend...

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/38494596@N00/167347297/

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Bob's Deli & Catering Party Sub, Tucson, AZ
And this could be yours for just $10.99/ft! Which makes me wonder, what is the standard price per foot for a party sub? Is there an industry standard? Know any other places that'll do it cheaper?

From: http://home.earthlink.net/~deliboy1/id11.html

Italian Sub - Ham, Salami, Pepperoni, Provolone, Mayo, Mustard, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and Italian Dressing. $10.99 per foot

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Cal SMV and their 6ft Sandwich
The guys from UC Berkeley's Super Mileage Vehicle Team pick up a 6ft sandwich on their travels of Niagra Falls. Wonder who sells these?

From: http://smv.berkeley.edu/features/2005/sidetrip.htm

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Jay and the Giant Schnitzel

Sounds like a kids book....

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/carolyncoles/131485215/

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The Toaster made out of Toast

Using 2,500 pieces of toast, this 16.5ft (5m) x 15ft (4.5m) piece of art was made by toasting each piece of bread to a certain "doneness" based on a digital pixel image. It'd take a lot of butter and jam to eat your way through this one! (and for the record, apparently it's now a permanent piece of art in the Modern Art Museum of Buenos Aires!)

From: http://www.fa-art.pp.se/Baires.htm

The Toaster is a large picture, 5 meter wide and 4.5 meter high, totally made from slices of bread toasted in different lengths of time to reach the nuances between black and white, ochre and rust. It took several days of work and several friends and their toasters to prepare the 2.500 pieces of toast necessary to build the gigantic mosaic, which reproduce a photograph of a toaster.

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Burger bling: $100 hamburger celebrates excess
From: http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/06/21/pricy.burger.ap/index.html

Wednesday, June 21, 2006; Posted: 2:02 p.m. EDT (18:02 GMT)
BOCA RATON, Florida (AP) -- A hundred bucks would buy you a lot of burgers from McDonald's.

The swanky Old Homestead Steakhouse will sell you a single brawny beef sandwich for the same price. Boca Raton Mayor Steven Abrams could barely speak between bites Tuesday as he devoured the 20-ounce, $100 hamburger billed as the "beluga caviar of sandwiches."

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