World Cup eating oysters, held every June in New Orleans, Louisiana, is a contest on speed eating in which participants compete for the money ($1,000 for the winner). In 2011,Pat Bertoletti set a record for the state of Louisiana, having eaten 468 oysters in 8 minutes.
World Garlic Eating Competition is held in the village Chideock, Dorset County, Southwestern England. In 2014, David Greenman won in this competition, having eaten 33 heads of raw garlic in 60 seconds.
World Cup eating Nettle is another crazy festival, which takes place in Dorset. This competition, in which participants chewed nettle leaves. The winner is the participant who plucked and ate the highest number of leaves from 60-inch sprigs.
If you like kimchi (Korean national dish), you may like the idea of participation in the International Kimchi Eating Championship Chowdown, which is held in Koreatown, Chicago, Illinois. To beat the current record you have to eat more than 3.86 kg of this delicacy in 6 minutes.
There are several competitions in which participants compete who eats the highest number of super juicy peppers, one of the most famous is the Jalapeno Eating Championship at the State Fair of Texas. In 2006, 62-year-old former accountant from Nevada swallowed 247 State peppers in 8 minutes, and set a new world record.