There is one difference between Steve and I. When I get a craving, I tend to just ignore it unless it is immediately to hand in the kitchen (apart from the one time Steve had to order me a burger at 1am as I couldn't sleep the craving was so strong). When Steve gets a craving, we go out for dinner.
There is one place in Canterbury that we had been hearing rumours about online. Pictures of burgers as big as your head were surfacing on people's profiles on Facebook, alongside defeated expressions and loosened belts. We had been talking about investigating it for a while so we called up RV to see if he was free (he was) and headed into town for the evening.
The deal? Finish it and you get it for free.
There aren't many food challenges in Canterbury but both the boys had, in their early 20's, completed the starter, burger and dessert challenge set by the now long-closed Fatty Arbuckles and Steve had also attempted the Marlowe Dessert Challenge earlier this year. They couldn't let a new challenge go by untested.
When the burgers came out there was a collective gasp around the restaurant. A table of young girls next to us actually leant over for a closer look.
Ellie's hen do, having hired the balcony as a private area for us and they also operate as a pre-theatre venue with the option of ordering from the theatre menu if you need a quick meal.
Man Vs Food, eat your heart out.