Cornwall Project wins scotch egg challenge

17 September 2014 by
Cornwall Project wins scotch egg challenge

A hogs pudding Cornish Scotch egg created by Michael Harrison from the Cornwall Project has won this year's Scotch Egg Challenge.

Harrison, currently in residence at the Adam and Eve pub in London's Homerton, beat 16 other finalists all cooking at the kitchens of The Ship in Wandsworth.

Second place was handed to the black pudding and pork scotch egg created by the Draper's Arms in Islington by judges including Oliver Peyton and the Guardian's Bob Granleese.

London's Yolk restaurant was named third with its haggis, pork shoulder and panko breadcrumbs scotch egg.

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