BRITAIN'S food blogger dined out at a Bracknell restaurant on the Eat Out to Help Out scheme - and polished off a giant platter meant to feed a family of FOUR.

Kate Ovens, famed for her eating feats, managed to conquer the whopping 6,000-calorie feast in just under 30 minutes - despite containing a mountain of meat weighing 5lbs.

The 26-year-old took on the Challenge Platter at Blue's Smokehouse in Bracknell, last week as an Eat Out to Help Out meal.

Kate stunned staff at the barbecue eatery by devouring their entire range of smoked meats, which is so big it has to be served on a tray.

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She took on and conquered a rack of ribs and giant scoops of pulled pork, burnt ends and brisket.

Kate's challenge also included half a roast chicken, three sausages, bowls of coleslaw and chips, as well as an extra side portion of corn-on-the-cob.

She said: "I really wanted to do something to support independent restaurants.

"I've been to Blue's Smokehouse before, and I know the food is amazing, so I jumped at the chance to take on the Challenge Platter.

"It really is delicious - every bite was tastier than the last, so it was a pleasure to finish.

"I took my time with it, but I still managed to finish in under half an hour."

The restaurant, which is supporting the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, has seen hundreds of diners take on the £45 platter challenge, but only a handful have finished.

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Owner David Andrews said: "Kate is incredible - utterly unbelievable.

"The Challenge Platter contains all the different meats we smoke, in house, and is basically the same as our family platter for four.

"We've never sat down and worked it out, but it must 6,000 calories.

"You're up there in the Steve Redgrave level of calories, but the only difference is that he would eat that over the course of a day, rather than in one sitting.

"Kate never ceases to amaze - probably 99 per cent of the people that take on the challenge are men, and only a handful of them succeed."

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Kate pictured polishing off a giant fish and chips in a previous challenge

Kate, who lives in south London, is famed for taking on huge food challenges, including a massive portion of fish and chips, and Britain's biggest kebab.

She added: "I first did the challenge five years ago, and won a t-shirt.

"But when the Pit Boss asked how I managed to finish it on my own, I joked that I identify as a family-of-four.

"The Eat Out to Help Out scheme is brilliant, and I encourage people to go and try out their local restaurants, otherwise we might lose them forever."

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David added: "We're proud to be part of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

"It's certainly made those days busier than ever, which is great, and helping us get things back to normal after being closed for so long.

"The first time Kate did the challenge, it took her just 20 minutes, but said she didn't want to rush last week."

Her food challenge videos regularly get millions of views online, and she has more than 240,000 followers on her Kate Ovens Facebook fan page.

For more see @kate.ovens on Instagram or to Kate's Youtube page