Created by World's Finest Chocolate, the world's largest chocolate bar is 3 feet high, 21 feet long, and weighs 12,290 pounds.
A restaurant in Japan's Aichi prefecture has a reputation for serving up massive sushi, including a gigantic roll stuffed with 20 different foods wrapped inside two meters of seaweed and rice. It costs 15,000 yen and requires a reservation two days in advance.
At 26 inches long, 5 inches in circumference, and weighing in at 3 pounds, the World's Largest Gummy Worm is 128 times the size of a normal gummy worm and equivalent to 840 gummy bears. The obscene confection also boasts a calorie count of 4,000 calories.Read More >
This weekend, Lebanon unveiled the Guinness World Record's largest platter of hummus. The massive hummus (above, left) weighed in at 10,452 kilograms.
A giant Japanese Spider Crab -- dubbed Crabzilla -- stretches 10 feet from claw to claw, and it's still growing.
Using a borrowed satellite dish as a mixing bowl, cooks in an Israeli village prepared 9,017 pounds of hummus, setting a world's record.
On Friday, residents of the Israeli village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, plan to make the world's largest batch of hummus, mashing up 4,000 kilograms of chickpeas, sesame paste, olive oil, lemon juice, and garlic.
Engadget points to this fascinating development in the Japanese fast food marketplace: it's gastrogigantism meets computer operating software.
Available for just one week, Burger King's "Windows 7 Whopper" is comprised of a stack of seven beef patties on a hamburger bun, measuring five inches in height overall.Read More >