Group of chefs broke world record by creating a car-sized haggis

A haggis that weighs more than a ton, created by a group of chefs to break the world record.

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According to the report, group of 12 chefs created at sausage and haggis maker Hall’s in North Berwick, the supersized haggis that measures more than 2.5 meters in length, a meter in width and a meter in height.

Cooks said that the total weight of this giant dish was more than a ton, in which around 700 kg of pork, 350 kg of oatmeal, 40 kg of seasoning and 23 kg of onion included as main ingredient.

Wayne Godfrey, the CEO of Hall’s owner’s Browns Food Group said the haggis-makers wanted to make Scotland proud that’s why they came up with this idea of creating biggest haggis ever made.

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Group of chefs broke world record by creating a car-sized haggis