Eating and making food can often be a competitive sport in this country. We’re obsessed with the biggest, fastest and weirdest—just browse through the list of shows on the Food Network if you need evidence. But while there are many attainable eating feats out there, there’s a big difference between your local restaurant’s hot wing challenge and snagging the most important of all records: a Guinness World Record.

Click through the slide show above to revel in the strangest food-related Guinness World Records.