No One Has Been Able To Finish This Restaurant's Nacho Challenge
Food challenges are both awesome and ridiculous because not only is it a sign of human strength but also a display of how wasteful we can be when it comes to food.
It's concerning watching some people shove food into their mouths while they wince and have the fear of God in their eyes. But it's also very entertaining.
So if you're into these sorts of things then you'll probably want to have a go at this restaurant's nacho challenge. It's such a massive collection of food that no one has been able to complete it, so if you're game then get ready.
The Smoke Pitt in Northampton boasts the world's largest nacho plate, which includes 1kg of tortilla crisps, 3kg of brisket beef, 1kg of cheddar cheese, 500g of sour cream, salsa and guacamole.
If you're wondering just how much food that is then you'll be pleased to know that it's a casual 15,434 calories.
The restaurant will make the meal for free if you can finish it in 60 minutes, which is no small feat.
While it might look easy to devour, Lucy gave it a go and couldn't even get through a quarter in the hour time frame.
"I knew it was big but I didn't think it would be that big - I instantly knew it was going to be mission impossible, but I love nachos so gave it a go," she said.
"After 35 minutes I had to stop because I was stuffed, my stomach couldn't handle anymore, and the dish of nachos were never-ending. I didn't even want to look at the dish after I had finished and the thought of eating again knocked me sick.
"The night before the challenge I tried to prepare myself by stuffing my face with about ten crackers with cheese in a bid to stretch my stomach.
"It clearly didn't work as I barely made a dent in the nachos. I love nachos, but I don't think I will be able to eat them for a while now.
"I would advise for anyone who is thinking about taking on the challenge to avoid eating for three weeks prior, so you are hungry enough to clean the plate!"
Do you reckon you could take it on and beat it?
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