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The SeaFM BF Burger Challenge, The Big Burger Shack, Maryborough, QLD, AU

You may remember the BF Burger Challenge from our earlier article (recently updated with a new leader!). Well those crazy guys at the Big Burger Shack organised for the local radio station to come in and try the challenge. 4 "lucky" contestants and one radio announcer were given the BF Burger Challenge to tackle. And what better time to do it than during early morning radio... 7am!

From: http://www.bigburgershack.com.au/

The SeaFM BF Challenge was held at the Big Burger Shack on the 8th May. The challenge involved 4 “lucky” contestants and one radio announcer eating the mighty BF Burger in the fastest possible time live on air. Rules for the challenge are as per the standard BF Challenge and to make the challenge more interesting it was held at 7am.

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BlackMetalTroy322 and the White Castle Burgers challenge

In response to Bruz40, BlackMetalTroy322 is out to down 11 or more White Castle Sliders in 10 minutes or less. I'm not sure, but I think it's an unwritten law to get your shirt off half way through the challenge. Watch for the mad riff skillz near the end of the vid. LOL!

From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glZYGn-WJ20

There was 18 on the plate. Was jammin to some Marduk with my friend Steven.


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Mystery Giant Euro Pizza

Not sure where this is, but judging by the squint on that guy I'd say it's somewhere near Amsterdam.

From: http://www.4chan.org

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OTCA does the Cheeseburger Pizza

Not one to be satisfied with just a Super Whopper, a Super Aussie Burger and a Super Triple Bacon Deluxe Burger, Griffin decided to delve into the world of Italian Fusion Cuisine. Behold, the Cheeseburger Pizza. Sure, you've seen it before, but the Cheeseburger Pizzas are better at Hungry Jacks!

From: http://www.otca.com.au/burgersp.html

This was the first item I started on. I bought a frozen pizza (Double beef and bacon) instead of a plain pizza base, to give it a little extra flavour. Placing four Cheeseburgers on each quarter, I filled in all the spaces with the chicken nuggets, fries and onion rings. The problem with spacing out the burgers was that it was more difficult covering it all with cheese. I didn't have that problem the day before because there was a lot less stuff on the pizza to cover.

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How Many Bites - The Giant Mushroom Burger

Meet Gomez. Gomez likes to eat big things with as few bites as possible. In this attempt, he's tacking a Giant Mushroom Burger from a local mall. Beef is pretty thick, and the challenge has been set down for him to do it in 3 bites. Can Gomez destroy the Giant Mushroom Burger in 3 bites?

From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q_1-nGZE10

How many bites will it take Gomez to eat the giant mushroom burger? Watch and see.


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Cherry jello with Value Time hot dogs, etc

Yes, you read right... it's Jello with various other savoury ingredients moulded in. Pimento stuffed green olives and boiled eggs on a bed of cucumber and kale. I'm curious... so very curious...

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuart_spivack/2683216651/

After I put the liquid into the mold, everything started floating around so it's hard to tell exactly what's going on. Unfortunately, I'm not even sure you can tell that those are hot dogs without reading the description

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World's Largest Lamington, 1320kg, Ipswich, QLD, AU

The Lamington. A sponge cake (or, more traditionally, butter cake) in the shape of a cube, coated in a layer of traditionally chocolate icing then desiccated coconut. And where should the World's Largest Lamington reside? Where else but where it originated, Queensland, Australia! And while a Lamington is mostly cake, having it weigh in at 1,320kg is a mighty fine effort. It took ten bakery staff four days of none stop work to create this giant cake!

From: http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/story/0,20797,25813993-3102,00.html

THE finishing touches are being made to a possible record-breaking 1320kg lamington. Celebrating world National Lamington Day, Ipswich locals have built the giant cake hoping it makes the Guinness Book of Records.

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The Wong Challenge

Nothing like an eating competition with family! Meet The Wong Challenge. (no, not right, Wong). It consists of a Dinner for 2, 6 pieces of chicken, Large Chips, 2 Regular Potato & Gravy, 2 Regular Coleslaw and 2 cans of drink. Can the Wongs tackle the Wong Challenge and win? Could you?

From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZi3YwMnOTw

The Wong KFC Challenge


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Giant Philly Cheesesteak and Hogie
I know Subway have their footlongs, but I'd much prefer one of these!!! Jared would turn, I'm sure...

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/christinaclee/3988484141/

This is what happens when you order a LARGE Italian hoagie and a LARGE cheesesteak. My sister ordered "large" from Ray's Pizza in Lansdale, PA- about 30 miles outside of Philadelphia.

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Bacon Pig

How do you make your everyday meatloaf awesome? Make it look like a little pig, and wrap it in bacon! That's what carlh did at this years Superbowl party. Here piggy piggy... tasty tasty little piggy...

From: http://warehouse.carlh.com/article_157/

What was your pigskin pick for the Superbowl? Mine was bacon. Err, long drawn out and ludicrous analogy here: Superbowl ~ football ~ pigskin ~ bacon-wrapped pork loaf. It'll become clear later. Here's the thought. People have been building all sorts of crazy stuff out of the wonder that is bacon, from the lowly bacon-wrapped scallops to the mighty meat house. But has anyone tried to restore a Frankenstein's Monster-like dignity to the pig from which the bacon hails? Probably not, because most people aren't this crazy.

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