Inland Empire eating challenges and contests category

Three random Inland Empire eating challenges
8 lb. burrito Burrito Kong Challenge Molly's Cafe San Bernardino, CA must make reservations 24 hours before challenge
bbq meal Man vs. Food BBQ Challenge Sweet Lumpy's BBQ Temecula, CA 1/2 rack baby back ribs, 1/2 bbq smoked chicken, sausage, 1/2 lb beef brisket, 1/2 lb pulled pork, 3 side dishes and 3 muffins
4 lb. burrito Four Pound Burrito Sancho's Tacos Hesperia, CA
(All Inland Empire eating challenges and contests in database)

Brandon "Da Garbage Disposal" Clark reports that he ate 24 hot dogs in 10 minutes to win the first prize of $1000 at a contest held at The Hive in Waldomar, CA.
The Hive in Wildomar, CA will hold a hot dog eating contest on August 17 awarding $1000 to the winner. has an article about the Inland Empire 66ers renaming themselves the "California Burritos" for their May 25 game which included a five pound burrito eating contest won by Raina Huang.
Yoshiharu Ramen will hold a spicy ramen eating contest in Chino, CA April 6 awarding an iPad/$100/$50.
Big Al's will hold "Charge the Mound" nacho eating contests in Beaverton, OR, Meridian, ID, Ontario, CA and Vancouver, WA on October 26 awarding a 65 inch TV.
Raina Huang defeated the 4-time defending champ in yesterday's eating contest at the Tamale Festival in Indio, CA yesterday.
Kluddes Gastropub & Deli in Redlands, CA will hold a hot dog eating contest on September 30 awarding $150 and a 3 night hotel stay in Las Vegas.
John Luis Rivera ate 2 half pound hot dogs in under 2 minutes to win last night's eating contest at Augustine Casino in Coachella, CA.
Augustine Casino in Coachella, CA will hold a hot dog eating contest on July 3 awarding $1,000 to the winner. Entrants will be chosen randomly.
Palm Springs Life has an article about Charles Bill Jr.'s attempt to defend his tamale eating title at the Indio International Tamale Festival this weekend.
The Augustine Casino in Coachella, CA will hold a hot dog eating contest on July 3 awarding $1000 to the winner.
The Daily Press reports that Naader Reda ate 40 pancakes at an IHOP in Victorville, CA, which qualfied him for the Pancake Bowl finals in Los Angeles.
The professional category of Farrell's Ice Cream Eating Challenge will award cash prizes of $600 in the professional category. ($300 to the winner)
Naader Reda has a video of an unnamed wing eating contest where he was credited with 32 wings after he ate 25. (gallery of a wing contest held in California this past weekend)
Naader Reda has posted a video from July 2011 of him eating two 5+ pound burgers burritos at Chile Red in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
Kevin Ross won the first place prize of $200 by eating two "Big Jess" burritos in 6:05 at Taco Hut in Riverside, CA on Saturday. (video)
Naader Reda produced a video of him and John Rivera eating all seven meals on IHOP's $7 menu along with the entire dessert menu.
The Hi Desert Star has an article about the Doomsday Eating Challenge where Naader Reda and John Rivera attempted to eat the entire menu at a 7-11.
Wienerschnitzel in Victorville, CA will hold a hot dog eating contest Saturday awarding an iPod Shuffle and free hot dogs for a year.
In his podcast series, Bill Simmons occasionally mentioned his friend Joe House's stomach capacity. A new video series for will document this ability. The debut episode of "House Eats" was recorded at Emma Jean's Holland Burger Cafe in Victorville, CA. In a new podcast Joe House discusses the project at the 47 minute mark.
The Links at Summerly in Lake Elsinore, CA will hold a wing eating contest tomorrow awarding $460 ($250 to the winner).
The High Desert Daily Press has an article about Naader Reda.
Inside Socal has an article about Naader Reda being the first person to finish the challenge at Pho Century in Upland, CA.
London Burger in Ontario, CA will hold a slider eating contest on June 30 awarding an XBox 360.
South Hills Church in Corona, CA will hold a pizza eating contest on April 24 awarding an iPad. update The contest page has been amended with a restriction for high school students only.
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