A frozen food firm has unveiled a fowl tribute to the Queen to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee, by recreating Buckingham Palace in duck spring rolls.
The three-metre-long edible monument will form the centrepiece of Iceland’s Jubilee campaign to mark the Queen’s 60th year on the throne.
Food artist Prudence Staite required 3,000 duck spring rolls to create the pungent palace.
An Iceland spokesman said: “We wanted something different, something unique to help celebrate our Jubilee campaign using some of Iceland’s most famous and popular party food. We are really pleased with the results and hope Her Majesty likes it too.”
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