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Baltimore food challenges put diners' stomachs to the test

Many have attempted; few have conquered. When it comes to tackling the Baltimore area’s mightiest meals, the odds aren’t in diners’ favor. A number of restaurants in the area challenge customers to chow down on mountainous dishes, including 4-pound burritos, 36-inch pizzas and 6-pound sandwich...

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