Chef creates world's biggest Scotch egg weighing 21lbs and 18 inches across

THIS would be eggs-tremely filling — the world’s biggest Scotch egg, weighing 21lbs and 18 inches across.

Chef Jon Fell used an ostrich egg, 7lbs of sausage meat, four pints of milk and five loaves.

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Ministers including Michael Govehave been accused of mixed messages over whether Scotch eggs count as substantial for tiered pub drinkers.

Asked if they count, Jon, 48, of Egremont, Cumbria, said: “

It’s no secret that I love a good scotch egg, as to whether I think they can be classified as a substantial meal?

"If they’re as big as our 11.2kg Goliath, then yes.

"But, I don’t think so really.

"If I’m being honest, I’m really feeling for many in the industry at this moment in time.

It saddens me to say I think it’ll get a whole lot worse before things get better.

"We need more clarity.”

  •  SCOTCH egg maker Happy Belly, in Bolton, Lancs, expects a 400 per cent sales hike this month.

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