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21/01/2016

Toby Carvery create national treasure good enough to eat

PORKTRAIT: NATIONAL TREASURE GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT

To celebrate Burns' night and the life of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, Toby Carvery invited food artist, Prudence Staite to a Burns' breakfast with a twist.

In commemoration of the poet's 257th birthday, the family carvery brand commissioned Prudence to create an edible portrait of Robert Burns.

Prudence used Toby Carvery's new breakfast menu, which now includes Scottish Lorne sausage and potato cakes, after popular demand for a Scottish version of the restaurant's much-loved unlimited breakfast.

Encouraging Scots to start the Burns' Night celebrations early, the culinary masterpiece includes 33 Scottish Lorne sausages, 35 potato cakes and 8 of Toby's famous breakfast Yorkshire puddings, along with mushrooms, baked beans, bacon and eggs.

The 60cm x 40cm work of appetising art celebrating the national occasion coincides with the introduction of tasty new Scottish items on the breakfast menu.

Brand manager of Toby Carvery, Rachel Westwood, said: "Toby Carvery has been offering an extensive breakfast menu for a number of years but this is the first time we've added traditional Scottish items to the selection.

"There has been a high demand for Lorne sausages and potato cakes for a while now, so when better to introduce them than on one of Scotland's most popular celebratory days!"

The new breakfast menu will be available from January 21 at all Scottish Toby Carvery restaurants.

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