There are hours of delighting in grossness here. Gargantuan food servings never fail to thrill and amuse me. Who doesn't want to marvel at the sight of a giant icecream sundae in India or the grease-fest that is an In-N-Out burger with 100 beef patties and 100 slices of cheese? And then there are the architectural skills of a group of Taiwanese students who take one-trip salad bar plate stacking efficiency to dizzying new heights at their local Pizza Hut.
Looking for a perfect celebration cake for the carnivore in your life? Check out the meatcake made from meatloaf, a triple-layer spectacular sandwiched with tomato sauce and slathered with the fluffiest mashed potato frosting you could ever grunt for.
And who isn't helplessly drawn to the spectacle of the endurance eat-fest. Sydney's own Komachi restaurant in Surry Hills is featured with its infamous eat one kilogram of ramen noodles in 30 minutes challenge. Or you can sit back and just watch the experts. The sight of two slight Japanese eaters attempting to polish off six kilograms of curry in 15 minutes is nauseatingly compelling to say the least.
So who's hungry?
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9/15/2006 08:07:00 am