Whilst usually dismissive of calorie counting being in any way useful or helpful in efforts to lose weight, even I have my limits. This is wrong on so many levels.
“A cafe has unveiled its 8,000 calorie breakfast featuring 59 items of food.
Corner Cafe’s ‘Monster Mega Breakfast’ contains six rashers of bacon, six sausages, six eggs, two thee-egg omelettes, four portions of fried potatoes and four portions of mushrooms.
In addition, diners get to feast on six slices of black pudding, six hash browns, one bowl of chips, four onion rings, four slices of toast, two fried bread, half a grilled tomato, two portions of beans and two portions of tomatoes.
Those brave enough to consume the breakfast are challenged to a hour to down the meal. They can wash it down with either a pint of milkshake or an energy drink.
Nobody has yet managed to eat the whole meal at the cafe in Portishead, near Bristol.”
As I am intermittently fasting for January, my current breakfast calorie count is 0 calories.