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5 Delicious Eating Competitions: Eat Your Way Across the USA

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Image Credit: © Flickr/Melina Vanni-Gonzalez

By the time you’ve hit your mid-twenties, you have to watch the Olympics and finally admit to yourself that you will never stand on that gold-medal podium while the national anthem plays after you’ve discovered a heretofore unknown talent for javelin-throwing/kayaking/that one where you cross-country ski and then shoot targets. But if you’re athletic dreams are gone forever, you can still dream of achievement in another realm–eating lots of food quickly. You’re probably halfway to championship form already.

If you’re going to make it as a competitive eater, you’ve got to pick the records you’re setting your sights on. Everyone knows the Nathan’s Hot Dog contest at Coney Island, but that’s for the pros. You’re going to have to get started somewhere else. From oysters to bratwurst to sundaes, there are hundreds of eating competitions across the US, and thanks to The Daily Meal, we’ve compiled a list of the tastiest.nggallery id=’119759′

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5 Delicious Eating Competitions: Eat Your Way Across the USA

Ohio: Oktoberfest Zinzinnati World Bratwurst-Eating Championship

Joey Chestnut has the record at this, America’s oldest Oktoberfest, for putting away 42 brats in 10 minutes. Head over to The Daily Meal for more of America’s most delicious eating contests. Image Credit: © Flickr/hubertk

 

For more from The Daily Meal, check out Fast Food You Can’t Find in America, Four Restaurants Where You’ll Never, Ever Get a Table, and 10 Unique Dinner Party Favors.

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Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell write the blog Brooklyn Supper, dedicated to seasonal ingredients and wholesome home cooking. Read bio and latest posts → Read Elizabeth's latest posts →

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