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Two Of Instagram’s Hottest Chefs Are Duking It Out In A Fried Chicken Battle

Two of the most viral foods you can find on the internet these days are a 20 pound ramen challenge and a “Magical Burger” that is decorated with colorful marshmallows and sprinkles. The culinary masterminds behind these two dishes are squaring off for the first time in one of the more unique cooking battle formats out there.

On September 26th, chef Michael Pham of Shomi Noods and Hotties Fried Chicken will take on chef Fernando Valladeras of Groundhouse Burger and Fowl Play OC in the Foodbeast Kitchen League. The two will pit their fried chicken recipes against each other, competing to see whose poultry is prime.

In the Foodbeast Kitchen League, chefs each have 45 minutes to compete against each other, and the entire battle is streamed live on Twitch. While the battle is going, viewers directly interact with the chefs via sabotages. Various amounts of Twitch bit donations can take away valuable assets like knives, hands, and even sight for a short period of time.

Twitch viewers will also heavily influence which of the two chefs wins the battle, as they get to vote on the chefs’ visual presentation and swagger throughout the course of the stream.

To tune into the stream, you can check out the Foodbeast Twitch channel at 11 am PST on the 26th.


Petite Eater Downs 20 LBS Of Ramen in 2 Minutes [WATCH]

We’ve all been hungry enough to down a bowl of ramen in a cool 10 to 15 minutes, but can you imagine eating 20 pounds of it in less time than it takes to brush your teeth?

That’s what competitive eater Molly Schuyler did this weekend, eating a 20 pound bowl of ramen in 2 minutes and 3 seconds, competing at Foodbeast’s Nood Beach Festival.

While the rest of the contestants were still halfway through the bowl, Molly slurped up the remnants of the broth, and still had room to chug a couple of water bottles after.

With an interesting strategy, Schuyler used a plastic container to retrieve the food, scoops at a time, while most of the other contestants grabbed the noodles by hand, all with the same goal.

Ultimately, Schuyler prevailed, as the field looked shell-shocked that she finished so quickly.

In the competition were competitive eating heavy hitters such as Matt Zion of Wreckless Eating, Dan Kennedy of Killer Kennedy, Blum Gum, and Frank Paulin, all who gave their best effort to get through the bowl of noodles provided by Chino, California-based Shomi Noods.

Schuyler is no stranger to impressive eating achievements, recently destroying an In-N-Out 100 x 100, and inexplicably chugging two gallons of cooking oil earlier this year.

Next time someone calls you out for eating your ramen quickly, you can refer to this video and call them silly for judging you.