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Big Daddy meal is too big for this eater August 16, 2006

Posted by Ron Warnick in Restaurants.
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Dr. Paul Reagan attempted to meet the Big Daddy challenge at Al’s Route 66 Cafe in Sapulpa, Okla, according to the Sapulpa Daily Herald.

The Big Daddy is a 66-ounce hamburger, three pounds of fries and a 32-ounce milkshake. To get the $35 meal for free, you have to consume it all in 66 minutes. Al’s Route 66 Cafe took a page from the Big Texan Steak Ranch’s 72-ounce steak challenge in Amarillo.

Reagan was the first person to attempt the Big Daddy since the restaurant opened in April.

Reagan failed in his quest. If you click on this picture of Reagan digging into his Big Daddy meal here, you’ll get an idea why. It takes up half the table.

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1. Roger - August 17, 2006

Ron, I was slightly disappointed when I saw the headline “Big Daddy meal is too big for this eater” and saw it wasn’t you who made the attempt!

I think you should be the next to attempt it so you can live up to your nickname from your BND days. Maybe some of the guys who eat 30 doughnuts at the Tour de Donut should make the trip to Oklahoma to take the challenge.

2. Ron - August 17, 2006

Big Daddy’s done retired in eatin’ contests, unless it’s Little Debbie snacks.


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