QDOBA Is Hosting Its First Burrito-Eating Contest

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Whether you like Chipotle's carnitas burrito, Taco Bell's meaty 5-Layer Burrito, or California's Del Taco, you've definitely had your fill of fast-food burritos.

You may also frequent fast-casual Mexican restaurant Qdoba, which launched in Denver in 1995 and is known for its tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and complimentary queso and guac with an entrée.

Yet, burrito connoisseurs prefer to show off. It's QDOBA's latest contest. In honor of National Burrito Day, the restaurant will stage its first-ever world burrito-eating competition at

The Beer Garden in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on April 6. Ten professional eaters will compete for $10,000.

The winner of Qdoba's World Burrito Eating Championship will get the Burrito Belt for eating the most burritos in 10 minutes.

The best 10 competitive eaters in the world, including Joey Chestnut, Nick Wehry, Eric "Badlands" Booker, and others, are invited to compete.

Spectating is free. Music, free samples, and activities will accompany the 10-minute action.

Chestnut eats burritos quickly. During the 2010 New Mexico State Fair, he ate 47 burritos in 10 minutes. He beats Miki Sudo's 31.47-second burrito-eating record.

Qdoba lovers who can't attend may still taste the rivals' food. On contest day, the World Eating Championship Burrito, featuring "grilled adobo chicken, cilantro lime rice,

black beans, three-cheese queso, roasted tomato salsa, and guacamole," will be available online or through the app.

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