Pub landlady commissions self-portrait made entirely out of Yorkshire puddings

Pub landlady commissions self-portrait made entirely out of Yorkshire puddings

A pub landlady commission a unique piece of artwork to be created in honour of herself.

Jamie Wilson, who runs Heathfield Farm pub and carvery, Birkenshaw, had the artwork created to promote a new spicy Yorkshire Pud.

The new Sunday roast trimming is flavoured with Tabasco Sauce, for an extra kick, Yorkshire Live reports.

These spicy puds will be available with your roast and veg at Farmhouse Inns, from October 18 to 31.

You can have a regular Yorkshire instead if a Tabasco sauce infused pud sounds like heresy to you.

The pudding portrait was created by artist Nathan Wyburn who makes artworks from everyday household items and foods.

He’s been commissioned by stars including Madonna, Prince Charles, Catherine Zeta-Jones and The Jacksons.

Jamie, general manager of Heathfield Farm, said: “Yorkshire puddings are an integral part of any carvery, and our new Tabasco Sauce flavoured ones add a great twist that perfectly complements our best in class carveries.

“I love them so much I just had to have a symbol of my Yorkshire pudding passion hanging proudly in Heathfield Farm. Hopefully, it encourages my regulars to give them a go.”


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