Skip to comments.Caviar Eating Contest Held in Russia (One Pound in 86 Seconds)
Posted on 04/21/2012 4:16:35 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A Moscow night club hosts a black caviar speed-eating contest with residents of Russia's capital competing to consume one of the world's most expensive delicacies.
Alexander Valov, 49, ate a pound (500grams) of caviar in 90 seconds to be crowned the winner of the speed eating competition in Moscow.
Having eaten about £3,100 worth of the delicacy, he was awarded 10,000 rubles (£211) and several more glass jars of the salty food.
"I once saw a report on how they made big chocolate truffles in Georgia and organised an eating competition. I remembered foggy Albion where they compete in nettle speed eating contests and hamburger (speed eating contests) in America.
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i guess the barf alert is built-in.
I guess you’ve never eaten Kaviar. It’s goooooooooood
Cool Hand Luke would have beaten him.
like dog, just knowing what it is makes it uneatable to me.
I would never eat it like they did in the video. But it’s good on Rye bread
Its so incredibly delicious. Sevruga. Osetra. Best with a spoon like peanut butter. Expensive as hell.
Eat 3100 British pounds worth of culinary ecstasy like a pig, get paid a 7% commission. Something really perverse here, enough to make a peasant hate the rich.
I wonder how you get an invite to an all you can eat shin-dig.
And the difference with eggs from poultry is?
Poultry isn’t fish. I think you can google that.
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