THESE fish ’n’ chips wrapped in Britain’s favourite newspaper look like a tasty treat — but it’s cake, not hake.
The hyper-realistic offering — along with a Mars bar and roast dinner — are among the creations of amateur baker Jamie Brooks, 45, of Dartmouth, Devon.
These fish ’n’ chips wrapped in Britain’s favourite newspaper look like a tasty treatCredit: Kennedy News and Media
This Mars bar almost looks too good to eatCredit: Kennedy News and Media
The cleaning firm and holiday lettings boss, right, said: “I’ll finish and go to the other room and come back and it’s sat there on the table and I think ‘that even messes with my head.’
“You obviously think ‘will they like it?’ But then when it can kind of fool you, you think ‘yeah, I’ve done a good job.’
“People have actually thought that the food cakes were real.
“That was the great thing – when they’re like ‘omg I can’t even believe it, it doesn’t even make sense, I can’t comprehend it’.
“There’s definitely something fun about bringing the British classics to life – they’re so recognisable, and that’s the thing.
“You start doing other things and people don’t recognise or warm to them as much.”
The crafty British baker recreates the nation’s favourite dishes as cakes so realistic his customers think they’re realCredit: Kennedy News and Media
It’s hard to believe this assortment of bread and pastries is actually cake!Credit: Kennedy News / Sir.Francis Cake / Instagram
This steak and chips dish is actually a chocolate cakeCredit: Kennedy News and Media
Jamie Brooks discovered his culinary passion while baking a humble birthday cake more than a decade agoCredit: Kennedy News and Media
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