If you're one of the Americans who eat 92 percent of what's on your plate, you'll want to steer clear of these dishes. The Center for Science in the Public Interest released its annual Xtreme Eating winners, a list of the largest, highest-calorie meals at popular chain restaurants around the country.
The numbers are pretty shocking — many are over 1,500 calories per plate, with a few clocking in at over 3,000. As the CSPI puts it, "You could take half home and still overeat." Is your favorite dish on the menu? Check out a few of the winners here, then see the rest of the list. Want to save a few calories on your next restaurant trip? Use these tips for eating healthy when dining out.