This week’s collection of stand out news brand content from the last seven days includes an insight into Jack Grealish’s four-day victory celeration, a fight brewing about the best crisp sarnie and a new Guinness World record from Gordon Ramsay…
1. Beefy records.
Chef Gordon Ramsay and TikTok chef Nick DiGiovanni have created the world’s largest beef wellington, as shared by the Mirror. The famous chef teamed up with DiGiovanni to create a 25.76kg version of the classic British dish, which is roughly the same weight as the average eight year-old boy.
Chef DiGiovanni, known for breaking multiple food-related world records, celebrated reaching the 10 million subscribers’ milestone on YouTube by creating the giant pastry. The dish was created using Ramsay’s signature beef Wellington recipe, weighing
s around 25 kilograms
2. Taste of victory
During the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix earlier this year, Jeremey Clarkson tweeted: “Come on @AlpineF1Team I’ll buy you all a pint if you get a podium here.”
When Esteban Ocon finished the race in third, it was time for
3. The Great Sarnie Debate
For one week only, ‘Walkers Sandwich Shops’ will be popping up across the country to coincide with British Sandwich Week and launch the #CrispIn or #CrispOut debate.
Walkers will partner with several sandwich shops across the UK, tempting people to try some unusual crisp and sarnie combinations. To get in the spirit, crisp legend Gary Lineker reveals his favourite flavours to the Daily Star.
4. Johnson’s exit
Boris Johnson’s resignation as an MP started with a phone call with The Times. Afterwards, The Times’ ‘Stories of our times’ podcast investigated what that decision means for current prime minister Rishi Sunak and the Conservative Party as a whole ahead of the upcoming election.
5. Feeling a bit Grealish?
Manchester City football star Jack Grealish has become a viral sensation this week after his four day celebration for helping the team to win the Treble at the weekend’s Champions league final. The Daily Star shares the best moments caught on camera.