Greene King's Selling Giant Pigs In Blankets Wrapped In Yorkshire Pudding
With that in mind, Greene King has now decided to start serving gigantic pigs in blankets that are wrapped up in delicious battered Yorkies.
Yep, that's a combination of Yorkshire puddings and pigs in blankets. Hallelujah!
They're calling it - for whatever reason - the 'Jingle Bells Hound'.
It's a main dish that features the two showstopping sausages wrapped in bacon and Yorkshire puds, but also roast potatoes, more chopped up pigs in blankets - because you can't ever have too many - stuffing, and cranberry sauce.
That's all slathered in a boozy cheesy sauce. If you're not salivating at the prospect of that, perhaps you straight up don't like Christmas.
This dish, of course, also comes with a jug of gravy to wash everything down. Perfection.
As well as that dish, there's also a festive chicken wing challenge that includes two whole kilograms of chicken wings topped off with chopped pigs in blankets, crumbled stuffing, cranberry sauce, and more of that booze-filled cheese sauce.
You can get your hands on both of these new Christmas meals at any of Greene King's Flaming Grill pubs around the length and breadth of the UK.
They'll set you back about £12.99, although prices do vary from place to place.
Oh, and there's a competitive element, too.
Whilst you're allowed to share the dishes, if you get through them yourself you'll get a certificate and may even go onto the pub's 'Wall of Fame'.
They're also offering 25 percent off the dishes each Friday, although they're only on offer until December 31.
Now, it's not the healthiest thing that you could ever eat, but - come on - it's Christmas. Now isn't the time of year to be counting calories.
Speaking about their new offerings, Jane Byron, the brand controller of Flaming Grill, said: "Christmas is a time for family and friends to get together and celebrate with seasonal food and drinks.
"The Jingle Bells Hound challenge is perfect for sharing with friends; it combines our favourite traditional festive foods in a fun and exciting way."
As Dr Hibbert once famously said on The Simpsons: "I feel a balanced diet can include the occasional eating contest."
That presumably counts double if it involves a whole heap of Yorkshire pudding coated pigs in blankets.
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