Skip to comments.The REALLY big breakfast: 6,000 calorie fry-up is slammed by health campaigners...
Posted on 01/29/2012 4:38:55 PM PST by Daffynition
A monster breakfast which weighs the same as a small child and could potentially kill diners is attracting criticism from angry health campaigners
The Kidz Breakfast at Jesters Diner in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, includes 12 rashers of bacon, 12 sausages and six eggs and weighs on average 9lb - 1lb 5oz more than the average newborn baby.
Health experts are demanding its removal from the menu and are warning someone with a heart condition could die if they eat it, with each helping amounting to at least 6,000 calories, up to three days' food intake for an average person.
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Enjoy life because you’re going to be dead for a long time!
England hasn't been a free country in decades.
I agree with you!
Now, the nitrates aren’t good for you.
Actually, there was a time I might have been able to eat that.
100 miles horizontal and 1 mile vertical every day.
This year however the school district healthy eating czar told the students they could not make "cheeseburgers".
She later acquiesced if they just called them "vegeburgers".
Its a clay piece of art molded by a child....sigh.
Well, someone who’s starving, could live if they did!
What’s their point? Should not someone with a “heart condition” know enough to think “Hey, I think maybe I won’t have the 9,000 calorie breakfast today.”
In any event, so what? Everyone dies, it’s a free country. Start the day right, eat a big breakfast.
And who anointed them health experts in the first place?
Who art thou to question our Sheep Skinned dominion handed down from on high!?
/funny bone LOL
Lose the bread, potatoes, beans & pudding, & that’s a very healthy breakfast! Especially if the eggs are pastured, cooked in pastured butter and the meat is minimally processed.
To me this is one of those can/should arguments. You can offer it on the menu. You can prepare it as large as you want. You can cook it and serve it to your customers. Your customer can order it, but they probably shouldn't. Just don't think anyone should try to legislate freedom.
Cue Fat Bastard: "Geh' in mah belly!"
If I were to try this, I’d ask to switch the tomatoes for a couple extra hash browns. After all, it only comes with two. Pikers!
But at least the price is right — a bargain at 15 Pounds (that's a currency in this case, not a weight).
Nitrating isn’t as common as you might think anymore.
It’s true. Any one can die after anything.
There is a Restaurant in Tappahannock called Lowry’s
The best Seafood on the East Coast IMO.
They have a Captains Platter there that few grown men could eat. I always order it and an extra plate for my wife and she and I share it. We both end up full and we get a great sampler of everything they have there.
Who is to say people do not order this breakfast and share it with 3 other people. It isn’t anyone else’s business what I order or what the Restaurant provides .
By the way they charge an extra buck for the extra plate, but it’s worth it.
Denny's Grand Slam
Leave that white bread on the plate it will kill you over time.”
I agree. I would replace mine with about a dozen stickey buns dripping with butter, brown sugar and raisins.
Uh huh. Meanwhile the food Nazis don’t say a thing about the gay lifestyle which is a known killer.
I made one too - early 70’s. Nobody in the family smoked so mom used it to hold loose change. It’s probably still in the same kitchen cabinet. (I’ll have to check next time we go there.)