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Are you Australia's best competitive eater?

Here's something interesting. Are you Australia's best competitive eater? If you think you're Australia's best, check it out!

http://www.competitiveeating.com.au/


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Events
Clemson's 9lb Burger Challenge, Feb 26, 2011, BGR Clemson, SC
Where: BGR The Burger Joint Clemson. 378 College Avenue, Clemson, SC 29631. Phone: 864-722-9090
When: February 26, Lunchtime (just before the Clemson vs. Wake Forest basketball game)
Prize: $500

If you're heading out to the Clemson vs. Wake Forest basketball game on February 26 and want to win a cool $500, how about entering their Clemson's 9lb Burger challenge? If someone finishes the whole thing the winner will get the burger for free (and enough calories to last them for the rest of their life) and an official BGR t-shirt. They're looking for 3 contestants. If you would like to be a contestant in the BGR 9lb challenge please email Sprimack@BGRTheBurgerJoint.com. The contestant who completes the 9lb burger first will win $500!!

From: http://www.bgrtheburgerjoint.com

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Home Made
Insanely Epic Gallon Hot Chocolate

Nothing heats you up better in winter than a nice hot chocolate with marshmallows. For most people, this would come in a cup. For Furious Pete, this comes in a bowl.... a very big bowl! Will Pete be able to down 7350 calories of hot chocolate? What do you reckon? LOL!

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

It's cold out there, you want something to warm you up, you want the EPIC HOT CHOCOLATE. Take one gallon of milk, add some rich powder to the mix then add some Canadian Club Whiskey (hey man, its cold!). Then crush up a box of oreos and use a bag of marshmallows.


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Home Made
The Whopper Summer Burger Tower

So Hungry Jacks in Australia are holding a competition to see who can come up with the best idea for a "Summer style burger". And, well, this is my idea of the perfect Aussie Summer Burger. Behold! The Whopper Summer Burger Tower!"

From: My crazy head

Everyone knows bigger is better, and this supersized meal would go down in history as the biggest, baddest Whopper of all time! Behold, "The Whopper Summer Burger Tower"! This 10,800 calorie burger tower has all the flavours of an Australian summer with 6 slices of flame grilled beef topped with 6 slices of melted cheese, pickles, onions, tomato, egg, bacon, pineapple, beetroot, angry onions, lettuce, mayo and ketchup stacked on top of a fresh sesame seed bun. Speared together with an Aussie flag, this is one burger that will get you through a hot Aussie summer. The burgers are bigger and better at Hungry Jacks!

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Home Made
EpicMealTime - TurBaconEpic Thanksgiving

You may have heard of the TurDucken, or maybe even the TurBaconDucken, but have you heard of the TurBaconEpic? The freakin AWESOME guys from EpicMealTime conjured up the idea no doubt over a few dozen beers. Behold, the TurBaconEpic!

From: http://www.youtube.com/user/EpicMealTime#p/u/2/7Xc5wIpUenQ

A bird in a bird in a bird in a bird in a bird in a pig.


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Home Made
The Nativity of Meat

"Away in a manger, Sau-er-kraut for a bed....". Not sure if this is the German version of the Nativity, but there's an awful lot of sausage! (no pun intended).

From: http://picasaweb.google.com/sayuncle/Stuff#5545747102623241490

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Eating Out
Shrimp and Ham Cake

Shrimp. Ham. In a cake. What?

From: The Internets

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Funny
The Inflatable Turkey, just in time for Thanksgiving!

Turkeys are hard to deal with. With all the fryer explosions and third degree burns associated with cooking the damn things, is it really worth the hassle? Here's an idea, why not just order in pizzas, and arrange them around one of these! Behold! The solution to all your high-pressure catering problems of Thanksgiving - The Inflatable Turkey. Who says getting a Turkey ready for thanksgiving is hard?

From: http://www.perpetualkid.com/inflatable-turkey.aspx

The parade is coming to a close and the big game is about to start! Turkey not ready? Now you can prepared with our Inflatable Turkey! Blow it up and toss one on your coffee table, place one in your dining room, or bring one into the office! Our Inflatable Turkey looks so delicious, you can almost smell the stuffing. But keep the carving knives away because this bird is strictly for show! Not recommended as an occupant façade in HOV restricted lanes. Each 16 inch long vinyl turkey is perfect for staging your Thanksgiving table while the real turkey is roasting, conference table décor, or for batting around on a sunny day at the beach.

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Giant Norway Biscuit Tower

Not sure what this tower symbolises or represents, but it sure does make a nice looking vase!

From: The Internets

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The Wafflesicle, Breakfast on a Stick!

Waffles are just so inconvenient. With them being square, light and rigid, they're just too difficult to eat on the run. That's why a clever bunch of food engineers in Europe came up with "The Wafflesicle". It's basically a mini-waffle that cooks onto a stick. Genius! Too bad they're about $700 euros each!

From: http://gizmodo.com/5575845/the-wafflesicle-maker-has-changed-breakfast-forever>

Forget everything you ever thought you knew about waffles. Because Lolly, a waffle maker that produces 9.4-inch waffle cones on a stick, has changed everything. Can I interest you in a wafflesicle? Of course I can.

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