|Recurring Survivor Challenge|
|Description:||A recurring challenge.|
|Appearances:|| The Amazon|
Using only their mouths, the castaways must rip pieces of meat off a large roast animal and place them into a basket. The tribe with the most meat (by weight) in the basket after a given amount of time wins.
The challenge returned in Survivor: Fiji. This usage would be an individual challenge wherein the top three would go on a river rafting trip. The person with the most meat by weight would also receive a advantage to the upcoming Immunity Challenge. Boo Bernis easily came in first place in the challenge and received the advantage. Yau-Man Chan and Dreamz Herd came in second and third and joined Boo on the reward.
In Survivor: South Pacific, the challenge reappeared with a slab of pork. Upolu won the challenge, receiving immunity and the meat in their basket, vegetables, and spices as a bonus reward. Several contestants noted receiving injuries during the challenge, including cuts to the mouth and chipped teeth.
| The Amazon|
"More than Meats the Eye"
|Tribal Immunity|| |
"A Smile, Velvet Gloves and a Dagger in My Pocket"
|Individual Reward|| |
| South Pacific|
"Taste the Victory"
|Tribal Reward/Immunity|| |
- Two episodes to feature this challenge have been named after it: "More than Meats the Eye" and "Taste the Victory".
- In the case when it is a tribal challenge, only blue tribes have won.
- All eventual 5th place finishers have been on the winning tribe.