There’s nothing quite like a fry-up to start the day, but anyone wanting to attempt this enormous plate of food would certainly need to be hungry.
A farmer sparked an online frenzy when he shared a snap of his Full English breakfast on Facebook, complete with a whole stack of bacon and an extra large sausage.
The image quickly went viral after it was shared on the Farmers Guardian page, with thousands of followers saying it was their ‘dream breakfast’ – although not all were confident they could finish it.
Facebook page Farmers Guardian shared an image of an enormous fry up, saying it was ‘Breakfast: farmer style’
The impressive plate of food included two fried eggs, a mushroom, fried tomatoes and what appears to be an entire tin of baked beans.
To finish off the feast, the chef added two black puddings and two hash browns.
Cooked in someone’s home kitchen, the meal was served with a bottle of HP sauce and washed down with a hot cup of tea.
The picture has since gone viral on the social networking site, with thousands of viewers commenting
Sharing the image on the Facebook page, an online community for British farmers, the poster wrote: ‘Introducing breakfast: farmer style.’
The photo has been viewed by thousands of Facebook users left salivating at the sight of the indulgent breakfast.
Many tagged their friends, challenging them to consume a similarly stacked plate of food. One commented: ‘Theres one thing missing. . . . . . . ME!!!! [sic]’
‘Who’s house is this?!? Can I come visit?’ another posted.
A third wrote: ‘Ohhhhh my god. I know what I want for breakfast Sunday!!!’
Many commented saying they’d like to try the fry up for themselves, with one saying it’s their ‘dream breakfast’
But others weren’t so keen on the enormous breakfast, with many saying it looked extremely unhealthy.
‘Hope you keep taking cholesterol tablets,’ one posted, followed by laughing emojis.
Another said: ‘Don’t know if I could lift that plate, let alone eat what’s on it!’
‘Must be an Italian chef. What’s his name? Angeo Plasti,’ one witty user remarked.