Portrait of landlady made up of dozens of Yorkshire puddings looks almost too good to eat

HERE’S a tasty piece of artwork — and could even be fit to pud on display in a top gallery.

A huge portrait of pub landlady Jamie Wilson is made up of dozens of Yorkshire puddings.

Possibly inspired by The Scream painter Edvard Lunch, err, Munch, the artwork greets drinkers at the Heathfield Farm boozer in Bradford, where she is general manager.

Jamie, 28, who commissioned the piece herself, said: “I love them so much I just had to have a symbol of my Yorkshire pudding passion hanging proudly in Heathfield Farm.”

The baked batter portrait was created by Welsh artist Nathan Wyburn, 31, who makes artworks from everyday household items and foods.

He has previously been commissioned by Madonna, Prince Charles Catherine Zeta-Jones and The Jacksons.

Other works by Nathan, who appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2011, include Lady Marmalade singer Christina Aguilera in marmalade, Kate Moss in moss, Albert Einstein in Smarties and Piers Morgan in Marmite on toast.

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