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Weatherman Versus Food - Tilted Kilt Nachos Two

It's Friday, and it's time for food to take the center stage. And this plate of nachos is big enough to fill an entire stage. We return to the Tilted Kilt, where one of you is eating an entire T.K. Double and Fully Loaded Nachos.
It's Friday, and it's time for food to take the center stage.

And this plate of nachos is big enough to fill an entire stage.

We return to the Tilted Kilt, where one of you is eating an entire T.K. Double and Fully Loaded Nachos.

It's this week's Weatherman Versus Food.

These nachos are back- and they're big.

The Tilted Kilt in Fort Wayne has one of the largest plates in the area.

And today, it's William's turn to chow down.

"I really didn't prepare. I ate a big meal last night and I've been up and going early this morning and I brought my appetite,” says William Hendricks.

He'll need it.

"Ok sweetie! Here are your T.K. Double and Fully Loaded Nachos! Think you can eat all that?"

"I was expecting this to be a lot bigger."

He tells me he's going to take this slow and low.

"Mom, this is for you."

And he starts plodding along.

Starting to cool off? He don't care.

William keeps it going with the salsa.

If slow and steady wins the race- he's way out ahead.

"Halfway through, think you can do it?"

He sees beans and plate beneath that maize maze.

After forty minutes, the mountain is going down.

"I don't leave food on my plate."

And a few minutes later, the final bite goes down.

Very few have ever finished this in one sitting.

Today, add one more.

That is a lot.

Do you think you can do that?

Let Andrew know, he's always looking for more people to take on his challenges.

Send him an email at alogsdon@wfft.com

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