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Beefy record: Northern casino cooks up 1 ton cheeseburger

The Black Bear Casino in Carlton earned Sunday the distinction of cooking up a Guiness World Record. The casino says a Guiness adjudicator was on-hand to verify its 2,014-pound, 10-foot-diameter bacon cheeseburger set the new one-off record for biggest burger, besting the old record by nearly 135 pounds.
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The Black Bear Casino in Carlton earned Sunday the distinction of cooking up a Guiness World Record. The casino says a Guiness adjudicator was on-hand to verify its 2,014-pound, 10-foot-diameter bacon cheeseburger set the new one-off record for biggest burger, besting the old record by nearly 135 pounds.

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