The mouthwatering dish you see pictured above isn't real food at all. Instead, it's the lovely creation of London-based art director and model maker Jessica Dance whose knitted food art looks so realistic it'll make you hungry.
Dance teamed up with photographer David Sykes to produce The Comfort Food Series, which features classic British foods made entirely of lambswool. The appetite-stirring series includes favorites like a full English breakfast, a lamb burger and chips, a knit dog and knitted Christmas dinner.
Check out her lovely knitted food art below. To see more of Dance's artwork swing by her website.
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