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   Sunday, March 21, 2010

  Largest Chicken Fried Steak - world record set by Cowtown Diner

  FORT WORTH, Texas, USA 
-- The Cowtown Diner is boasting the “Full O Bull”: a four-pound slab of top round, that, after being coated in panko crumbs, deep fried and slathered in cream gravy, weighs about ten pounds, runs $70 and packs a whopping 10,000 calories , setting the world record for the Largest Chicken Fried Steak
   Photo:The "Full O Bull" Chicken Fried Steak is the world’s Largest Chicken-Fried Steak

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    The world's largest chicken fried steak, a 64oz, gravy-slathered slab of tenderized top round runs $70, or $.00 if you actually take it down solo. Because no steak's complete without sides, the Bull isn’t considered finished until you also stuff in 6lbs of mashed potatoes and 10 slices of Texas toast.

   On the plus side, unlike the 90 minutes allotted some grudge-match eating deals, there's no time limit: you've literally got from 7am opening 'til 2am closing, and if you fail, they offer the consolation prize of doggy bags.

   The Cowtown Diner started serving the world's largest chicken fried steak when it opened in January. Since then, the restaurant has dished up about 15 orders of the bovine behemoth complete with sides: six pounds of mashed potatoes and ten slices of Texas toast.

    How many fat grams are packed in such a preposterous meal? "We were afraid to calculate that," said Scott Jones, owner of the Cowtown Diner.

   "We also didn't want to figure out the Weight Watchers points."

    So who eats this thing? According to Jones, just about everyone. "Couples, groups of four," he said. "I had a table of six college guys try one the other night, and they had to take the rest home in a doggy bag."

    Ordering a day in advance is required, as the world's largest chicken fried steak takes 45 minutes to prepare, starting with whole milk-bound breading that requires the chef to roll the meat up like a carpet to flip; then it's off to a flat grill for a hot-oil splash bath, a searing session aided by a steel pizza shovel, and a 10-min convection-oven bake to ensure even cooking.

   Including the XL pizza pan it's served on, the finished protein planet weighs 9lbs and measures 14in in diameter; to up the ceremony, the chef and a procession of servers actually carry it like the Ark of the Covenant to your table.

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   Related world records:
   Largest Bowl of Oatmeal- world record set by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

   Largest chocolate bunny - world record set by Harry Johnson for Duracell

   Largest Rice Krispies treat - world record set by The Community Center of La Cańada Flintridge

   Largest Meatball - world record set by Glen Oaks Community College
 


   Sunday, March 21, 2010

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