This Week's Cover Story: Zach Fowle Bites Off More Than He Can Chew

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Every week we watch Zach Fowle walk into the Chow Bella staff meeting and can't believe he doesn't weigh 500 pounds. The guy eats. Lots. Fast. That's sort of his gig on his regular Chow Bella column "Feasts of Fury."

This week, the fury was released in the print version of New Times with a look at what it has been like for Mr. Fowle to eat his way through several of the Valley's eating challenges. Haven't read it yet? Grab a fork a dig in.

For more from Zach Fowle (and his stomach), check out the "Feasts of Fury" archives.

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