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Anyone looking for an alternative Christmas dinner this year could opt for ?Britain?s biggest? festive sandwich, which reportedly contains a kilo of turkey.

The massive butty has a healthy helping of all your Christmas lunch favourites, including potatoes, sprouts, six carrots, six parsnips and eight sausages wrapped in bacon.

Everything is kept together in a 800g crusty loaf.

The monster treat, which was created by chef Richard Hollis, is served beside a container of cranberry sauce and a large helping of stuffing.

If that wasn?t enough, which it really should be, the enormous butty also comes with a 450g Christmas pudding and a huge pint-and-a-half serving of tea.

With the amount of calories in this meal we doubt anyone that consumes it will be celebrating many more festive seasons.

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Man v Food comes to mind

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I wonder where it got the name 'big butty' .... :laugh:

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I wonder where it got the name 'big butty' .... :laugh:

The answer is on that little plate in the front of the picture ;)

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He looks mental.

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Forget that, I want to go up against this thing:

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You do have to fight the clown first though. You've got to build an appetite somehow!

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Man v Food would eat that as a starter :laugh:

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He looks mental.

Yeah, I think he's smiling manically cuz he added his own special sauce. :s

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That's a man size meal, for sure.

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No Yorkshire Pudds, no buy.

No Christmas meal should go without!

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