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Chici Mac, 26 Pattys
Another Mega Mac Mega Champion! This Japanese Mc Creation has 26 all beef pattys. (hold the pickles!) And why they called the second largest one a "Buffalo Berry Mac", I have no idea...
(GoogleTranslated) The [te] with reason, some reason it is to be decided that we challenge to this “YOTTA MAC”. When furthermore it tries inspecting, then, when still there is such a unit on YOTTA, is. When so, if it becomes, only you do, probably will be. With being the case that it is said, being nonstop from here, please enjoy.
Costner's Grill 19.1lb Burger, Easley, SC
Of the big burgers I've seen, this one looks really good. Not sure of the weight though, it says 16lb's on the box, but the write-up says 19.1lbs? Maybe the meat is 16....
Costner's Grill and Entertainment of Easley introduces the new record-breaking hamburger on the Ralph Bristol Show. As of the date these photos were taken, at 19.1 pounds, this is the largest burger on any menu in the U.S.
"brains" and the Full Pounder
Not too many pics, but you get the general idea. Wonder how many calories were in it?
A mate and I took swotvac procrastination to glorious levels tonight. We took the Pounder Challenge. For those that don't know, a Pounder is pretty much 4 Quarter Pounders mashed into one mega burger. So, thats 5 slices of cheese, 4 of meat.
Pete and Elda's "The Challenge", Neptune, N.J.
The rules are simple. If you can eat by yourself one extra extra large pie, you get a free T-shirt! Easy!
The Ram Husky Burger Challenge, U of Washington, Seattle
The Ram Husky Burger Challenge consists of a 1lb beef patty burger with all the fixin's. These guys decided to give it a crack after a chat in class. Sounds like a lot of fun, except they didn't quite cook it enough! (and they still did it anyway!)
One day, probably during one of the classes we weren't paying attention in, Chris proposed that we should all go to the Ram in U-Village and try to eat a Husky Burger, which consists of a 1 lbs. beef patty and all the fixins'. Well, unlike most of our ideas, we actually did this one. Little did we know what lied in store...
Giant Kebab Meat
That's a lot of meat!
Stats: 50lb Mt Olympus Burger, Clinton Station Diner
Ever wondered what exactly was in the Mt Olympus Burger (the 50lb one) from Clinton Station Diner? It's pretty crazy, like...
Cheese: 50 slices
Tomatos: 5 whole
Estimated Calories: 81,000
World's largest burger comparison chart
With all this speculation about who's got the biggest burger, I thought I'd post this. It's a chart from the guys at Footmarket.com
, the World's largest burger comparison chart! (hopefully they'll update it soon with the Fuddruckers burger!)
Fuddruckers takes world's largest burger title (for now)
Another record broken! Looks like Fuddruckers
has managed to take the title from Denny's Beer Barrel Pub
for the worlds largest commercially available burger. Dave from Megamuch
did a great write up about it here
. I pretty much agree with everything he said, the cost, the size, the appeal. I'm looking forward to seeing someone try and eat it though! Have to laugh at those Guinness World Record people. After the "Worlds Largest Buffet
" last month, looks like they're liking Supersized Meals! (Side note: There is a larger burger available, the Mt. Olympus Burger
at the Clinton Station Diner
, but until I see a picture of a customer in their restaurant eating it, I'm still rating Denny's
as the real winner)
On Thursday, the Fuddruckers in the Foxwoods casino in Connecticut unveiled a 29.6 pound burger (What, they couldn't add a few pickles and onions to push it over the 30 mark?). Guinness was on hand to verify the beast, which goes for $250 and has to be ordered 48 hours in advance. That's it above in all of its rather colorless, unappetizing glory.
Denny's Beer Barrel Pub, "The 96'er"
Big thanks to Juddy for sending in this one! We've all heard about Denny's Beer Barrel Pub
, and I've talked about the "Beer Barrel Belly Buster"
before as well (the 15lb burger creation from Denny's). But if you're not quite up to the task of tackling 15lb's of burgery goodness, why not try something a little smaller like "The 96'er"? It's only 6 pounds, but looks like just as much fun!