That's One Way to Become a Heavyweight
When boxing great George Foreman introduced his now-famous grill in 1994, it was billed as the George Foreman Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine - an indispensable cutting-edge kitchen tool that makes it easy to eliminate grease and fat from hamburgers, chicken and other delicious items.
It seems that fat and calorie reduction isn't always George's biggest concern. Case in point - this recently surfaced picture shows the apparently famished pugilist annihilating a massive McDonald's lunch around 1997. My rough estimate of the meal clocks in just shy of 8,000 calories.
On a recent trip to Chicago I discovered a food that I honestly believe I could devour 8K calories of in a single sitting. What's yours?