Travel Channel asked you, the Man v. Food Nation members, to share pictures of the food challenges you have been taking on. Here are just a few of them.
My third challenge -- the Monster Sub Challenge at Sub Station II in Florence, KY. A 4-lb. sub with 1-lb. of fries and 32 oz drink. I finished this under 30 minutes. Fit 2, Food 1 (Fit vs Food)
Angel's VooDoo Challenge in Savannah, GA -- 1-lb. pulled pork sandwich slathered in VooDoo ghost chili sauce in under 5 minutes. Victory today, tomorrow hell to pay! My time was 1:50 seconds (second fastest time ever I might add) Pretty good for a girl.
Uncle Tonys Pizza Co. in Durand, MI has the Toninator Challenge -- 28 inch / 12-lb. pizza! If 2 guys can eat it in 1 hour they get $200! And it only cost $39.99 with whatever toppings you want.
The Thurmanator at Thurman Cafe in Ohio.
Route 62 Diner in Yucca Valley, CA
Adam, here is your next competitor...
This is the 12-egg omlette at Beth's Cafe in Seattle, WA. It had bacon, sausauge, ham and 3 kinds of cheese inside. On top was a mound of crispy hash browns. Oh my god. Best thing I ever ate. I think it was called the Cardiac Attack or the Massive Corinary Bypass (something like this). I ate the whole thing quickly (no time limit or prize except self accomplishment).
Me and my buddy TJ attempting the B&D Burger Challenge. We both failed but were still offered the shirt. Out of true sportsmanship we both declined saving the T-shirts for the worthy.
The Super Stack Heart Attack at the Vortex in Atlanta (as seen on <i>Man v. Food</i>). One pound of meat, 8 strips of bacon, 14 slices of cheese, 4 fried eggs, and 3 grilled cheese sandwiches instead of buns. With a pound of fries. 4,4437 calories and 270 grams of fat. I was the first person to eat it in November 2009. I was sick for 14 hours.
We took 10, 7-year-olds to the Kooky Canuck in Memphis for my son's birthday. This is the Avalanche Sundae (notice kid hiding on right) that they attempted to eat AFTER trying the 6-lb. hamburger (they almost finished it). My son created a "Kid v Food" logo and I transferred to T-shirts for all the kids to wear. Adam definitely influenced this decision!
The classic challenge of pizza in Pizza Xtreme in Orlando, Fl. The details -- giant pizza with 1 topping, 28 inches in diameter in less than 1 hour.
My first food challenge the Bardzilla Bard's Burgers in Latonia, KY. 3.3-lbs of beef, 1-lb. cheese, 1 bun and 2-lbs. of fries. I did it in under 30 minutes. Fit 1, Food 0 (Fit vs Food)
The Big Roost Challenge (featured on MvFN Nashville) at Roosters Barbecue in Nashville. I completed the challenge on July 30th.
All 4 of us tried the 7-lb. Breakfast Burrito Challenge at Jack-&-Grill in Denver, CO. The fourth one back did the best by eating about 1/2 of it (the last guy there had the regular breakfast burrito, pffft).
At a restaraunt in Superior, WI called Gronk's. They have a beast known as the Enger Tower Burger. It's 5-lbs. of delicious meat alongside a pound of fries! But, sadly, I was unable to scale the Enger Tower. Another round in the battle of Man vs. Food... Food won.
Rapscallions Wing Challenge
The ???oz NY Strip at Ye Olde Steakhouse in Knoxville, TN.
Eight patties, mayo, ketchup, bbq sauce, jalapeno, cheeseburger at Itty Bitty Burger Barn in Houston, TX. Food got the W an hour later.
The Fouled Anchor Challenge at Willy's Bar and Grill in Knoxville, TN. This challenge was introduced on the Fourth of July this year. I was there when they opened that day to attempt the challenge. To date, I'm the only one to complete the challenge. You have 30 minutes to consume the sandwich and fries. The sandwich is made up of 3 layers. Each layer has a hamburger patty, two hotdogs, 3 kinds of cheese, shaved turkey, shaved ham and bacon on Texas toast.