Wednesday, June 30, 2004

We has gotta get our hands on thees burgas!

Big Burger Challenges Gustatory Gladiators

POSTED: 12:42 pm EDT June 30, 2004
UPDATED: 1:01 pm EDT June 30, 2004
CLEARFIELD, Pa. -- Denny's Beer Barrel Pub has a challenge -- the six-pound Burger Challenge.

The Clearfield, Pa., eatery this week invited big eaters from around the country to take on its biggest burger.

Here's the recipe: six pounds of beef, one large onion, two whole tomatoes, ½ head of lettuce, one and ¼ pounds of cheese, top and bottom buns, and a cup each of mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, relish and banana peppers -- all topped off with some pickles.

The folks at Denny's Beer Barrel Pub says no one has been able to eat the six-pound burger in the required three hours.

Competitive eater Eric "Badlands" Booker has tried it three times. On his last attempt, he stayed at the restaurant for seven ½ hours and ate the whole thing.

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mich said...

I'll have one of those, fries, an extra cheeseburger, oh, and a $5 shake.

Bring it ON !

sfos said...

one of these and a super big gulp of jack and i'm all for it.

Anonymous said...

Guys, don't you think the world ought to know that you're off burgers ?? ANd that it is probably the sole reason why you thought this piece of info was interesting ?? People, picture the 2 zozos drooling while picturing the killer burger...hihi !

mich said...

We're off MickeyD burgahs ! Not home-crafted burges such as this.. no way, jose..

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