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Competitive Eaters Will Attempt To Devour This 25-Pound Ice Cream Cone LIVE

Barton G, home of lavish desserts and going big beyond belief, just launched a new 25-pound, 4-foot-tall ice cream cone. Called the “Oops, I Dropped My Ice Cream Cone,” it is the epitome of size when it comes to ice cream treats.

Of course, being a dessert as tall as a toddler means that competitive eaters are itching to take a swing at conquering this behemoth. Since 25 pounds would test the limits of even the most voracious eaters, a few have decided to team up in an effort to take on Barton G’s newest mega dessert live.

Competitive eaters Raina Huang, Naader Reda (aka FreakEating), Kevin Ross, and Bear Claudillo will all join forces on the Foodbeast Challenger League to take on the massive ice cream cone. To finish, each will have to down over 6 pounds of ice cream, cake, graham cracker crumble, whipped cream, and phyllo dough cone, making this a tough bout, especially considering most of it is sugar.

For those interested, you can head to Foodbeast’s Twitch livestream at 12 PM EST on June 13, 2019 to see if these eaters can down the entire 25-pound dessert.

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Petite Competitive Eater Will Attempt To Eat Over 500 Shrimp For National Shrimp Day

With National Shrimp Day coming on May 10th, top-ranked female competitive eater Molly Schuyler is raising the stakes high on her latest challenge.

Fresh off of a 360-nugget eating feat on the Foodbeast Challenger League, Schuyler is going to attempt to eat at least 500 shrimp from San Pedro Fish Market. The viral seafood emporium regularly hosts a similar eating challenge, and the current world record there stands at 7 pounds, which Joey Chestnut downed in 2018.

If Schuyler makes it to 500 shrimp, she’ll easily blow by that record. Schuyler will be eating large shrimp, which total somewhere between 31-37 total per pound. At most, she’ll need to eat 260 shrimp to beat Chestnut’s record. Though it should be mentioned that Chestnut set his record in about 7 minutes and Schuyler won’t really be timed for hers. Perhaps she’ll attempt to surpass him in those first few minutes and take her time afterwards.

San Pedro’s isn’t the only shrimp challenge out there with a world record, as Chestnut has also eaten 18 pounds of shrimp cocktail in an astonishing 8 minutes. Although there’s no cocktail sauce here, if Schuyler takes out an astounding 667 shrimp, she can blow by that mark too.

Considering that those 350 nuggets were light work, seeing Schuyler go for either of these records should be a spectacle to be behold.

San Pedro Shrimp Tray Twitch Giveaway!

You can tune in to Foodbeast’s Twitch channel on May 10th at 3:00 PM PST to witness Schuyler’s record-breaking attempt. San Pedro will also be giving away a few of their world famous shrimp trays to Foodbeast Twitch followers. To win, all you have to do is enter in the embed above by following Foodbeast on Twitch.