Watching your weight? We’ve found some really tasty looking, zero calorie food for you to try. The thing is, it’s low calorie is because it’s made of wool. Well they say the first bite is with the eye! Why don’t you take a look at the menu and see if there’s anything you fancy?
Breakfast: Start the day as you mean to go on with a feast of donuts. This pic comes from Just Crafty Enough.
Lunch: After a hearty breakfast of donuts, you’ll probably only want something light for your lunch. Go for a nice egg salad.
Snack: Popcorn! NYC artist Ed Bing Lee has made a variety of different woolly foods using the macramé method, from burgers to hot dogs to key lime pies. But our favourite is this all-American popcorn.
Maybe go for the healthier option and just have some fruit?
Or some pickles…
Dinner: A few dinner options here. If you’re a meat eater why not try the…
Pork Pie! Some amazing woolly food work from Kate Jenkins here, part of the 2010 exhibition “Come Dine With Kate”. You can see all the work that was on display at the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery website.
Clemence Joly is another great artist who has produced some woolly meat at his Wool Butchery.
Don’t forget the two veg! Those clever people at the Creative Moments craft group in Perry Common have been knitting these vegetables for the Gardeners World Live event.
Alternatively you could go for the cheeseburger…
Dessert: I don’t know how you could possibly fit anything else in after all that food, but I guess you can’t go wrong with cake for afters. Have a cupcake.
Or if you prefer something savoury, you could always go for the cheese board.
Are there any woolly dishes missing from our menu? Have you knitted anything awesome you’d like to share? Head on over to Facebook and post it on our wall.