updated - May 4, 2016 Wednesday EDT
Miami-Dade County officials determined a 125.5 pound hot dog was the biggest out of any in the world The Miami Herald reported Saturday.
"There's a guy in Chicago who had the previous hot dog record. I'm hoping he comes back and beats this so we can turn around and make the biggest hot dog the world has ever seen," Brett Enright, founder and CEO of Juicy's Outlaw Grill, where the hot dog originated from told The Herald
While the sausage component itself weighed in at 51 pounds, the food's massive, bun, and abundant of toppings brought it to 125.5 pounds courtesy of Juicy's Outlaw Grill The Herald reported. The extras included lots of onions, mustard, ketchup, and relish.
Officials grilled the hot dog for three hours on an appliance measuring 100 feet, which heads from fair to fair via 27-ton tractor-trailer truck.
"Let's get another record!" Enright said in a statement Friday The Herald reported.
A Miami Herald employee, and Ike Hillard a former wide receiver from the National Football League who played at the University of Florida observed and documented what they saw as part of the process, which Guiness will now evaluate The Herald reported.
Fair-goers could buy a piece of the masterpiece for $1, all while making a contribution to the Miami Rescue Mission.
The hot dog is Juicy's second record setting food product since the company earned recognition for a hamburger at the Alameda County Fair weighing 777 pounds in 2011 Fox News reported. The food establishment has it on sale for $5,000.
Nick Nicora an employee at Ovation Food Services, and Brett Enright at Juicy prepared and grilled the burger in 15 hours. It includes 50 pounds of cheese, 30 pounds of lettuce, and 20 pounds of onions The Herald reported.
According to The Daily Mail, burger has 1,375,000 calories which is sufficient for two years of how much the body needs.
Juicy needs two day to prepare it, if people make requests for it The Herald reported.
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