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Burgers at Teddy's come in three sizes - big, bigger and biggest (Photo: Courtesy Teddy's)

12 egg omelets, 1lb burgers: These are Seattle's most gluttonous meals

Are you feeling hungry? Good, you came to the right place. Maybe you went on a really intense hike and need a plate of poutine so big it makes the Atlantic Ocean jealous... or hey, maybe you're just like us and enjoy nothing more than the company of a small human sized burrito. Regardless, here's your guide to Seattle's five most gluttonous dishes. Bring your appetite, you're going to be sure to need it. Bon appetit!

Beth's 12 Egg Omelet
That's right - a staggering 12 eggs goes into the creation of this colossal creation. This omelet is so big it doesn't fit on a plate - in fact, it requires its own tray. Made famous by a bevy of travel shows including Man Vs. Food, this omelet is available for your consumption around the clock - Beth's is open 24/7.

Teddy's Biggest Burger
Burgers at Teddy's come in three sizes - big, bigger and biggest, if it's any indication of what you're signing up for here. The biggest burger here gets you a whopping 1 lb (double 8oz patties) of meat. The popular national chain has locations in Greenlake, Woodinville and Bothell.

White Swan's Poutine 'o the Sea
Find yourself swimming in a sea of little neck clams, fries, chowder, bacon and scallion with White Swan's aptly named Poutine 'o the Sea. This new offering by the people behind Radiator Whiskey sounds like just the ticket after a long day at the beach.

Gorditos Baby Burrito
By "baby" - Gorditos literally means the size of an actual baby. The grande burritos are made with two large flour tortillas filled with your choice of meat, black beans, Mexican rice, lettuce, sour cream, guacamole, and fresh chunky salsa. An extra $1.25 gets you the thing fajita style and $2.15 gets you a burrito smothered in sauce.

Brileys BBQ Full Rack of Pork Spare Ribs
Opt for the full rack of pork spare ribs, which comes with two sides (you can take your pick from gumbo, hush puppies, collard greens, mac n' cheese and more) for a righteous feast. There's nothing quite like the restorative powers of a meat-tastic feast - just be sure to have the napkins ready...things could get messy.