Burgers smothered in bacon and cheddar cheese. Breakfast steak that packs nearly a day’s worth of calories. Chocolate cake that weighs in just short of one pound. These are the “winners”—or rather, the losers—of the Center for Science in the Public Interest’s Xtreme Eating Awards, announced today. Each year, the CSPI calls attention to meals at popular chain restaurants that are loaded with calories
, saturated fat, sodium, and sugar. Consider some of this year’s dis-honorees:
Maggiano’s Little Italy Veal Porterhouse.