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Behold the majesty of the 110,428-calorie snack stadium

Jan 29, 2010, 10:45 AM EDT

Of all of mankind’s great engineering marvels — the great pyramids, the Eiffel Tower, Mark McGwire — none compare to the wonder and glory of the snack food stadium. Invented three or four years ago as a homage to the Super Bowl party, edible sports venues have become larger and grander each season. Setting the bar quite a bit higher in 2010 comes this, the giant Junk Food Stadium. Created by the folks at, this creation weighs in at a fantastic 110,428 calories. Rex Ryan approves.
Hope you didn’t get stuck with end zone-popcorn seating.
Following the jump, behold the power of a fully operational Snack Stadium!

Wait, those Graham Cracker outer walls look structurally unsound. Run for your lives!
From the LA Weekly’s Squid Ink blog:

Yesterday at Busby’s East, the creative team of Break built a pool table sized arena that dwarfed last year’s Twinkie, Slim Jim and guacamole stadium. Deftly wielding frosting, Cracker Jacks, doughnuts (and holes), deli meat, sweaty cheese, and some broccoli — to make mom happy — the stadium was an ode to beer bellies and lap bands across America.

Here’s the itemized calorie countdown (28,000 calories in the parking lot alone).
The 110,428 Calorie Stadium [Deuce of Davenport]
Twinkie Cars, Sausage Men, and Hoagie Blimps: Kitchen (Football Snack) Stadium [LA Weekly]
The greatest snack food stadium ever built [Holy Taco]

  1. The Ox - Jan 29, 2010 at 1:12 PM

    “What – no mustard?”