World records, while some make you gasp with awe, some makes you think how could anyone have done that? They are interesting and often surprising. However, one cannot deny the fact that it is indeed a great pride to get your name enlisted in the Guinness Book of World Records. Today we explore such records that are done with food.
Some hold the record for eating food, while others for making the same. One thing is certain; these participants did put their heart and soul to ensure that their name stays in the world record.
Do you too desire to be a record holder for food? Then let us know what is it?
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Martina Servaty extracted 8.6 litres of juice in a live TV show.
This yumminess weighs 3.18 kgs and costs $40 made by Gorilla Tango Novelty Meats (US).
This egg created by a collaboration of six people from the UK namely Amy Rose Curley, Sarah Frankland, Rhiann Mead, Alistair Birt, Melissa Paul, William Curley and one from Japan, Suzue Curley. It was sold for $11,107 in an auction.
Donald A. Gorske from the US got the record when he completed eating his 26,000th McDonald's Big Mac for 40 years.
Weighing 658 kg it appeared in Cioccoshow Exhibition, Italy.
Sold at a whopping price of $460,000, this 64 years old Macallan in Lalique still stands as the most expensive whisky.
Takeru Kobayashi is the proud holder of the record of eating 12 hamburgers in just three minutes.
66 grams of Bhut Jolokia (world's hottest chili) in two minutes must have brought a burning sensation to record holder Jason McNabb of the USA. Any plans to beat him?
This record is achieved by a team of two brothers Dinesh Upadhyaya and Manish Upadhyaya from India. They completed it in the record time of 17.15 seconds.
Measuring 16.46 m x 13.94 m x 0.54 m, it took 250 designers to sculpt the cake.
With 50.8 cm of diameter Chad Fell from the USA still holds this record.