Saturday, March 19, 2016

Do They Taste Good? Who Cares!

Mesmerizing Embroidery-Inspired Cookie Decorating
from: by Mezesmannaby Christopher Jobson on March 1, 2016

Textile art becomes edible art for these exquisitely iced cookies created by Hungarian chef Judit Czinkné Poór, aka Mézesmanna, which is also the name of her small custom cake decorating studio. These gorgeous cookies, decorated with intricate patterns of royal icing inspired by traditional embroidery, look almost too pretty to eat (but we’re not foolish enough to turn down a delicious cookie).

Follow Mézesmanna on Instagram and Facebook for many more photos of Poór’s outstanding edible creations. She also has a YouTube channel where she shares process videos demonstrating her impressive techniques, such as this one:

Chef Judit Czinkné Poór is the mastermind behind Hungarian cake decorating shop Mézesmanna, a small studio with a giant social media presence because of the incredible photos and videos they share of their decorative confections. Nearly everything they produce falls into the ‘looks too good to eat’ category, from elaborate illustrations of animals, to intricate patterns inspired by embroidery. Seen here is a quick video of her ‘royal icing’ technique. You can see even more here. (thnx, Larry)
And here’s another cool cookie decorating video.  I dunno.  I’d have to like someone an awful lot to share any of these cookies with them.  See more of these beauties HERE

And how about these cactus cupcakes? See more of them HERE

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