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Chestnut defeats Kobayashi in Singapore

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Joey Chestnut beat Takeru Kobayashi in the CP Biggest Eater Competition in Singapore Sunday afternoon. Joey ate 380 shrimp wontons (76 bowls of 5) to Kobayashi's 370 during the 8-minute competition in front of a capacity crowd at Bishan Junction 8 Mall.

Two more May MLE events added

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Major League Eating has added two more contests to it's active month of May in the disciplines of Gyros and Curly Fries.

Cheesecake Factory takes the cake in 2009 Xtreme Eating Awards

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"According to the CSPI, this year’s hands-down champion was The Cheesecake Factory, standing out in three of nine categories." Barry Estabrook, gourmet.com

Teen breaks chopsticks record

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Kathryn Ratcliffe has broken her fourth world record for speed eating, this time by munching rice with chopsticks. via metro.co.uk

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