A pub in England has cooked up what appears to be the world’s biggest Christmas dinner: a 16,500-calorie mountain of food featuring a turkey heavier than a small baby. The George Pub and Grill in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, has rustled up a traditional Christmas day feast ”to beat them all,” the owners say. The feast is made up of an 8,000-calorie turkey weighing 11 pounds, along with 30 stuffing balls and 20 pigs in blankets. The feast includes 4 pounds of mashed potatoes, 3 pounds of roasted potatoes and an unlimited stream of red wine gravy. There’s also 8 pounds of roasted vegetables, including just under a pound of green beans, just under 2 pounds of carrots, nearly 2.5 pounds of broccoli, and a little under a pound of brussels sprouts, roasted parsnips, turnips and savoy cabbage each. It’s a meal that could feed a family of six. The Christmas dinner is on the menu for a limited time only until December 31. The feast is the latest creation of pub owner Craig Harker, who is famed for plating up some of the most gut-busting meals the area has ever seen. The George Pub prides itself with “Man vs. Food”-style contests — which have included an 8,000-calorie kebab challenge and a colossal 220-ounce steak challenge. But when it comes to the Christmas feast, anyone who manages to finish every last scrap of food within opening hours will get the meal for free.
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