Designer Cookies

By Rita Jamshed Kapadia 1 comment

These are cookies made by a pastry chef and artist, Judit Czinkne Poor, in Hungary.

Judit Czinkné Poór uses icing to hand-paint the delicate details on her Hungarian honey bread cookies—and they’re absolutely breathtaking.

The amazing icing looks like parsi embroidery! What do you think?

For Hungarian artist Judit Czinkné Poór, a cookie is so much more than a disk of baked dough; it’s a canvas for intricate works of art. Using icing and food coloring, she paints meticulous designs inspired by traditional Hungarian embroidery—which blend vibrant blooms like lilies, tulips, and daffodils with astonishingly delicate filigree details—onto the surface of her baked goods.

These are cookies made by a pastry chef and artist, Judit Czinkne Poor, in Hungary. Look at the amazing icing which looks like lace and embroidery...!
These are cookies made by a pastry chef and artist, Judit Czinkne Poor, in Hungary. Look at the amazing icing which looks like lace and embroidery…!
These are cookies made by a pastry chef and artist, Judit Czinkne Poor, in Hungary. Look at the amazing icing which looks like lace and embroidery...!
These are cookies made by a pastry chef and artist, Judit Czinkne Poor, in Hungary. Look at the amazing icing which looks like lace and embroidery…!
These are cookies made by a pastry chef and artist, Judit Czinkne Poor, in Hungary. Look at the amazing icing which looks like lace and embroidery...!
These are cookies made by a pastry chef and artist, Judit Czinkne Poor, in Hungary. Look at the amazing icing which looks like lace and embroidery…!
For Hungarian artist Judit Czinkné Poór, a cookie is so much more than a disk of baked dough; it's a canvas for intricate works of art. Using icing and food coloring, she paints meticulous designs inspired by traditional Hungarian embroidery—which blend vibrant blooms like lilies, tulips, and daffodils with astonishingly delicate filigree details—onto the surface of her baked goods.  Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/photos-of-judit-czinkne-poors-hand-painted-lace-cookies#ixzz6j5c2lrF4
For Hungarian artist Judit Czinkné Poór, a cookie is so much more than a disk of baked dough; it’s a canvas for intricate works of art. Using icing and food coloring, she paints meticulous designs inspired by traditional Hungarian embroidery—which blend vibrant blooms like lilies, tulips, and daffodils with astonishingly delicate filigree details—onto the surface of her baked goods.
Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/photos-of-judit-czinkne-poors-hand-painted-lace-cookies#ixzz6j5c2lrF4

For Hungarian artist Judit Czinkné Poór, a cookie is so much more than a disk of baked dough; it's a canvas for intricate works of art. Using icing and food coloring, she paints meticulous designs inspired by traditional Hungarian embroidery—which blend vibrant blooms like lilies, tulips, and daffodils with astonishingly delicate filigree details—onto the surface of her baked goods.  Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/photos-of-judit-czinkne-poors-hand-painted-lace-cookies#ixzz6j5c2lrF4
For Hungarian artist Judit Czinkné Poór, a cookie is so much more than a disk of baked dough; it’s a canvas for intricate works of art. Using icing and food coloring, she paints meticulous designs inspired by traditional Hungarian embroidery—which blend vibrant blooms like lilies, tulips, and daffodils with astonishingly delicate filigree details—onto the surface of her baked goods.
Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/photos-of-judit-czinkne-poors-hand-painted-lace-cookies#ixzz6j5c2lrF4

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1 Comment

Anonymous

Jan 1, 2021, 8:20 pm

What do you think of these cookies?

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