'Man v. Food' - Norwalk-style

Are you up for the 'Spudnik' challenge? Bowling alley burger growing in popularity
Scott Seitz2
May 7, 2013

Call it the Maple City version of the hit television show "Man v. Food."

On Friday afternoon, Kenilee Lanes owner Dwight Tkach made the "Spudnik" and Reflector business manager Richard Russell accepted the challenge of attempting to eat it.

A story about the burger was published in Monday's Norwalk Reflector. So you don't miss stories such as this one, sign up for home delivery by calling 419-668-3771 or subscribe to the e-paper (a complete digital replica of each issue) for less than $1 per week and read the full-version of the stories online.

 

Comments

truckin

I've tried alot of these big, tricked out burgers at joints around the country..I love to eat, probably as much as i love to workout.. guess that is why i have to w/o-run so much??? anyways.. I just can't get into the steak fries on the burger.. Gets way too soggy. I know why they do it.. Filler/starch, but i'll take 1.. put the fries on the side

It's a Jeep thing

Looks tiny lol. Put me down for 2....seriously.

TheGreatYoda

APPEARS HE HAS PLENTY OF ROOM TO PUT ER DOWN!!

Whopper2013

That picture makes it look small-how about a picture with some other item so we can compare the scale of the actual burger?

Contango

In the article, Dwight said that his dad enjoyed cooking. IMO, his dad made some of the best french fries I ever tasted!

Looks like the sandwich may need a Kaiser roll in order to fit it all.

Best wishes for much success to you Dwight!

KnuckleDragger

That would be great but when is that bowling alley even open? From what I've experienced they are only open for league play and then shut down.