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Beef Jerky Eating Competition
by: Robin Wood

The world of competitive eating began with a good old-fashioned pie-eating contest. Watching other people consume large amounts of food in short periods has always been an enjoyable activity. However, in the modern world, competitive eating has risen to the rank of a televised sport. Competitive eating also has it’s own world circuit of events, presided over by an international governing body.

The food of choice in these competitive eating events is usually fast food or desserts. The most iconic image of competitive eating is surely ‘Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest’. This contest is an annual holiday tradition that is held every year on July 4. This event is a part of American history as it has been help almost every year since 1916. The event takes place at Coney Island. Takeru Kobayashi, a skinny Japanese man, has dominated this event. He was the champion from 2001 through 2006, eventually being dethroned by a man named Joey Chestnut.

However, the heart and soul of competitive eating still lies in the old fashioned contests that take place at family gatherings and other fun events. These occasions allow individuals to bond with one another and have a little fun in the process. Jerky is the ideal product to use when throwing together an impromptu jerky eating contest

So remember to pull out the jerky at your next picnic or family event, and see who can gobble down the most strips. However, do remember that eating in this manner can be hazardous. All individuals taking part should be responsible and know when to stop.

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Author is a renowned chef in Australia. He has authored many cook books and starred in food network television programs.

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