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This Burger Joint In Tennessee Serves Up A 25-Pound Burger Bigger Than Your Head

You can enlist your 3 hardiest friends for help.

The next time you utter the phrase, "I'm so hungry, I could eat a cow" know that there's one burger in Tennessee that will basically serve you the whole damn cow. If you and your friends have an immense appetite and are looking for a free meal, you can head to Tennesee where you can undertake the giant burger featured on Man Vs. Food challenge in Tennessee

"Giant" might be an understatement. The burger challenge at Kooky Canuck in Memphis and Cordova involves three burgers with patties that weigh four, six or 12 pounds. Nicknamed "Kookamonga burgers", these mac daddies were once even featured on Man vs. Food.  

No matter which challenge you undertake, the food ends up being free if you complete it. There are certain conditions surrounding each burger challenge, so you have to know your limitations before you dive in head first. 

With the four-pound burger, you're completely on your own - you're not allowed any help on finishing it. Not only that, it's not exactly four pounds. The patty itself is four pounds, but with the massive bun, lettuce, tomato, cheese, pickles, and onions it totals out to be 7.5 pounds

With the six-pound patty, you can enlist the help of a friend to smash the total 12 pound burger. As for the 12-pound patty, it's actually a total of 25 pounds. You'll need some backup, so you and three friends can get in on the madness together. 

Plus, with the largest Kookamonga burger, it's a total of $99.99 and you only have 60 minutes to complete it. Better fast for a few days before you take on this monster. 

Outside of the oversized patties, you can munch on the super-sized dessert. With a multi-pound burger and an 18-scoop dessert, you're bound to walk out just a little heavier but a lot happier. 

If you're on the hunt for more fame and glory, you can take on this 11-pound pizza and these Georgia food challenges.

Kooky Canuck 

Price: 💸 to 💸💸💸

Cuisine: Canadian-American

Address: 87 S 2nd St. #3009, Memphis, TN 38103, United States & 1250 N Germantown Pkwy #123, Cordova, TN 38016, United States

Why You Need To Go: If you're looking for a free meal and glory on a Wall of Fame, this restaurant can provide both.