THE BEATLES classic Abbey Road has never looked so tasty.An artist recreated the iconic album cover using the ingredients from a full English breakfast.
Food sculptor Paul Baker designed and made piece using beans, mushrooms, bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs and other ingredients such as toast.
A stickler for detail, Paul even took into consideration the fact McCartney is a strict vegetarian, so Sir Paul was created using mushrooms – surely earning a thumbs-up from the legendary bassist.
The tasty mosaic also marked 50 years since The Beatles, Britain’s most famous pop band, first recorded at Abbey Radio studios.
Paul said: “In total, the image took me four days to make, and I had a team of three helping me with it.
“It was a challenge to find the best way to create Paul McCartney – we wanted to stick to his vegetarian preferences.
“After trying out a few different things we decided mushrooms were the best way to go.”
The artwork begs the question, why?
It came after a poll, commissioned by restaurant chain Beefeater Grill, found the photo of Paul, John, Ringo and George crossing the North London road is the nation’s favourite.
Others in the top five included Bobby Moore celebrating England’s World Cup win in 1966, Wills and Kate kissing on the Buckingham Palace balcony and Winston Churchill making the V for victory sign.