Chef Turns Ordinary Cookies Into Stunning Works of Embroidery Art


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Source: Facebook Mézesmanna

Source: Facebook Mézesmanna

These cookies are almost too pretty to eat.

Hungarian chef Judit Czinkné Poór bakes and frosts cookies that could easily be displayed in a museum. Each cookie is individually designed with fine precision and detail, easily imitating a fine piece of embroidery.


Chef Poór designs her creations in a bakery in Ajka called Mézesmanna, which is known for its detailed desserts. The treats look almost too delicate to eat.
Csodás hétvégét mindenkinek!Have a nice weekend! Posted by Mézesmanna on Friday, October 23, 2015
Chef Poór has only been decorating these detailed designs since 2014. Her background as a porcelain painter has given her some insight on how to craft the miniature culinary creations.
Készen vagyok!Ugye nem unjátok?I’m ready!I hope it’s not enough?! Posted by Mézesmanna on Thursday, March 3, 2016
Her secret to crafting these one-of-a kind cookies? “Practice, practice, practice,” shared Chef Poór with Bored Panda.

Hungarian pattern #love #sweet #colorful #heart #cookiedecorating #gingerbread #handmade #mezesmanna

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Check out some of Chef Poór’s creations below and see more on her Instagram and Facebook page.
Válasszatok,mi tetszik?Fekete,fehér,színes?Choose what you like?Black,white,colorful? Posted by Mézesmanna on Monday, August 10, 2015
Kezdő mézes kurzus köv. időpontja jún.23.-24.Részletek privátban.Köszönöm,ha megosztjátok!Szeretettel:Judit Posted by Mézesmanna on Sunday, June 7, 2015

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