BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania (AP) -- Hardy stomached men from around the country will scarf sheep's entrails for a chance to be named "haggis king."
The haggis eating contest Friday is part of Bethlehem's Celtic Classic Festival. The winner will be the first to finish a pound and a half of the Scottish dish, a mix of sheep's organs, oats and spices.
Tensions are high this year as two former champions prepare to go head to head. Steve Cunningham, of Bethlehem, and Peter Stefchak, of Anchorage, Alaska, have both won twice.
Stefchak said his training regimen includes starving himself for 24 hours before the contest. [...]
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