One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An especially unhealthy meal, typically one that is high in saturated fat.‘a heart attack on a plate made with four beef patties and 20 slices of bacon’
- ‘The queues for a heart attack on a plate (giant all-day breakfast) can go out the door, even just before closing, which is 10pm on a Wednesday.’
- ‘If you want to eat a "heart attack on a plate", this restaurant is for you.’
- ‘I must warn you, it's a heart attack on a plate, but innovative and lip-smacking nonetheless.’
- ‘It might look like a heart attack on a plate, but it tastes fabulous.’
- ‘The sauce is a noteworthy far cry from the customary butter and heavy cream-laden "heart attack on a plate" variety.’
- ‘Shouldn't parents know that their kids are eating a "heart attack on a plate"?’
- ‘I love the country benedict, which is eggs benedict with biscuits and gravy, even though it's pretty much a heart attack on a plate.’
- ‘However, as years pass and good health becomes more important, these foods have become known as "heart attacks on a plate".’
- ‘I mean I love meat, but I didn't want to have a heart attack on a plate!’
- ‘"Double cheeseburgers and large portions of meat or chicken coated with Alfredo sauce are heart attacks on a plate," she states.’
- ‘Most things on this menu are like a heart attack on a plate.’
- ‘It may sound like a heart attack on a plate, but you'd be surprised at how well the chili cheese fries really cut through that acidy feeling after drinking too much beer.’
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