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Watch This Competitive Eater Tackle One of Alaska’s Craziest Food Challenges

Fourteen inches of reindeer sausage and three pounds of king crab — think you could tackle the Kodiak Arrest?

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Alaska has it all. Beautiful scenery, abundant wildlife, and tons of fresh seafood — so much seafood that Humpy’s Alehouse in Anchorage, Alaska, created an entire food challenge around it. The Kodiak Arrest challenge at Humpy’s challenges brave diners to finish a platter of seven crab nuggets, 14 inches of reindeer sausage, three pounds of Alaskan king crab, mashed potatoes, a vegetable medley, and their famous berry crisp à la mode. The rules: Diners have to finish all of the food in 60 minutes or less, without leaving the table. The skilled few who complete the challenge are inducted into the Humpy’s hall of fame and receive an “I got crabs at Humpy’s” T-shirt. And if you beat the record time of 12 minutes and 10 seconds, the $179.99 platter comes free.

The Kodiak Arrest challenge at Humpy’s Alehouse in Anchorage, Alaska

One of the most recent competitors at Humpy’s was Ethan Teske, a competitive eater who has completed over 200 food challenges in 25 different states around the country. Thanks to his cross-country travels in search of tons of food, Teske earned a free night’s stay with Hotels.com. Teske used his free night to head to Anchorage and attempt the Kodiak Arrest. So, did Teske conquer the massive seafood platter, or did it conquer him? Watch the video to find out.

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