Food And Drink World Records

Food world records are where to look if you love cooking, eating or even just playing with your meals. Foods for all tastes and occasions are represented here, from sandwiches to s'mores and falafels to frozen waffles. Gourmands, this is your smorgasbord. Browse the collection and select a record to feast upon - or come up with your own recipe for victory.

196 Records Found

00:49 United States

Fastest Pronounciation Of The Word "Fresh" While Holding A Watermelon

Ethan Hayes

Ethan H. said the word “fresh” in 0.06 seconds while holding a watermelon.

00:49 United States

Fastest Pronounciation Of The Word "Fresh" While Holding A Watermelon

Ethan Hayes

Ethan H. said the word “fresh” in 0.06 seconds while holding a watermelon.

00:49 United States

Fastest Pronounciation Of The Word "Fresh" While Holding A Watermelon

Ethan Hayes

Ethan H. said the word “fresh” in 0.06 seconds while holding a watermelon.

United States

Most Toothpicks Stuck In A Grape In 30 Seconds

Viktor Okuka

Viktor O. stuck 24 toothpicks in a grape in 30 seconds.

05:25 United States

Largest Group Egg Toss

iD Tech Camp - Princeton University

36 pairs of two set the record, beating the existing mark by six pairs. The group is part of iD Tech Camp at Princeton University. [#iDTech][] tag:RecordSetterBook01

01:24 United States

Most Cracker People Created In One Minute

Quinn Adams

Quinn A. created eight cracker people in one minute.

01:37 United States

Fastest Time To Open A Can Of Campbell's Alphabet Soup And Spell "PANTYHOSE"

Colin Nissan

In homage to his love of food, Colin Nissan sets a new universal record by opening a can of Campbell’s Alphabet Soup and spelling out ‘PANTYHOSE’ in one minute, 25.77 seconds. Nissan set the record on January 7, 2009 at a World Record Appreciation Society event in New York City. He opened a standard size (10.5 ounces) pop top lid can, strained the letters, and then spelled out ‘PANTYHOSE’ using letters from the soup. Ronnie Gensler and Nicholas Fritzhand were present to document the achievement and confirm proper spelling. [#WRAS02][] tag:RecordSetterBook01

01:45 United States

Most Goldfish Crackers Chicken Pecked Off A Table In One Minute

Steve Fester

Steve Fester chicken pecked 50 goldfish crackers off a table in one minute. Goldfish that fell on the ground were not counted.

27:12 United States

Slowest Time To Eat A Bowl Of Cereal

Ethan Senser

Ethan S. took 26 minutes, 17.18 seconds to eat a bowl of cereal.

United States

Most Expensive Cupcake

Areen Movsessian

Areen Movsessian of Classic Bakery owns a fondant topped cupcake appraised at $42,000, a new world record. The cupcake was embellished with nine .75 ct. round diamonds, and finished with one 3 ct. round-cut diamond, donated by Jonathan Mervis. This value of this cupcake beat the previous record by $12,000. The dessert was designed in Gaithersburg, Maryland on April 15, 2009. Alan Tarwater and Jonathan Mervis were present as witnesses.

01:13 United States

Most Pierogi Tosses Between Three People In One Minute

Doug Ross

Ben Horine, Jason Judd and Doug Ross tossed a pierogi between themselves 91 times in one minute.

03:30 Canada

Fastest Time To Eat 500ml Of Ice Cream

The Record Collection

SamStilson ate a 500ml tub of Ben amp; Jerry’s ice cream in a world record 2 minutes, 4.01 seconds. This accomplishment took place in Toronto, Ontario on February 21, 2009. Craig Morrison was present to witness and time the record. NOTE: Stuffing food in your mouth can be dangerous. Please use caution and have adult supervision on hand.

00:23 United States

Tallest Homemade Cookie Tower

Sage Guggenheim

Sage Guggenheim built a cookie tower made of 29 homemade cookies, a new world record. The completed tower was over 14.5 inches in height. tag:RecordSetterBook01

England

Largest Crisp Packet Triangle Collection

Seb Wescott

Seb Wescott has an collection of 1377 crisp packet triangles in his collection. See full-sized image here.

01:51 United States

Tallest S'more

Clint Cantwell

BBQ legend Clint Cantwell built a s’more from scratch that was 10.2" in height. Cantwell used graham crackers, Hershey’s chocolate and a combination of marshmallows and marshmallow fluff to assemble it, and a small blowtorch to heat the ingredients. He dictated it had to stand alone without any support or assistance in order for the record to count. Cantwell built the s’more on August 12, 2009 at a World Record Appreciation Society[] event in New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses. [#WRAS08][] tag:RecordSetterBook01

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