Spokane – Coeur d’Alene eating challenges and contests category

Three random Spokane eating challenges
2 steaks (44 oz. total) The Rancher Wolf Lodge Steakhouse Coeur d'Alene, ID includes 24 oz porterhouse and a 20 oz sirloin
6 lb. burrito 6 Pound Burrito Go Go Burrito Spokane, WA
4.5 sandwich The Dagwood Challenge Fast Eddies Bar and Grill Spokane, WA
(All Spokane eating challenges and contests in database)

After her bodybuilding competitive in Spokane this weekend, Sarah "Unstoppable Bab" Reinecke ate a 5.5 lb burger in about 10 minutes.
Rock 94 1/2 reports that Molly Schuyler won tonight's Grub Bowl contest in Spokane, WA. She ate over 11 pounds of food in 5 minutes to claim the $2500 prize. update Sept 24 Eric Klamper and FocusFirstMedia have videos.
Uncle Dan's Grub Bowl will take place tomorrow in Spokane, WA and award $2,500 to the winner of the professional contest. (Limited to entrants from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana). (Entrance fee is $100)
Borracho Tacos & Tequileria in Spokane, WA will hold a burrito eating contest tomorrow awarding an air hockey table.
"Max Carnage" won the Onion Ring Bowl in Spokane today and will receive a prize of $1,000 and a trip to Las Vegas.
The Onion Ring Bowl will award $1000 and a trip to Las Vegas in Spokane, WA on November 13. Qualifiers will be held on October 9 and 23.
A Wing Bowl during a Super Bowl party at the Northern Quest Casino in Spokane, WA will award $500 to the winner.
The Spokane Wing Bowl on February 7 will award $500 to the winner.
A wing eating contest will be held in Spokane that will award a trip to Seattle and a suite at the Eastern Washington vs. Portland State football game at Qwest field. Two qualifiers (Sept 26, Oct 3) will be held and the registration deadline is today.

Lucrative Washington state eating challenges past & present

Big Al’s in Vancouver, WA (north Portland, OR area) has a 10 pound burger challenge that will award a 46 inch TV, a Sony home theater surround sound system and a Sony Play Station 3 to a diner who completes it. It is not clear if the prize package will be awarded to the first finisher, the fastest finisher or if all finishers will be entered into a lottery.

One of the largest previous eating challenge payouts also occurred in Washington State. The Google News archive has a column about Mandy Brown, a school bus driver weighing 125 pounds, being the first to complete a meal billed as the world’s largest chicken fried steak at Thudpucker’s restaurant in Spokane in 1992. There were 850 previous unsuccessful attempts at the challenge before Ms. Brown finished it in 84 minutes and she received a prize of $1,200.

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