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   xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Jan 26 10:14 PM

Jan 27th, 2017: Asian Cookies

We've seen plenty of fake foods, some which look better than the real thing, that they use for display in restaurants and advertisements. Well here's a different wrinkle, the sumptuous looking Japanese dishes aren't fake, per se, they are cookies.

Masako, an Osaka-based mother and baker extraordinaire, creates cookies inspired by Japanese cuisine. While the tiny treats may look like mini meals, they’re actually simple sugar cookies topped with intricately sculpted icing.

To cook up each entrée, Masako first bakes a biscuit to use as the bowl, plate, or tray. She then molds each food item out of icing, using a wide range of colors, textures, and even opacity to capture the diversity of each dish.
From slippery soba noodles and crispy tempura to rainbow rows of sushi and cloudy miso soup, each petite plate looks good enough to eat—both as a savory dinner and a sweet treat!
She sure is good at what she does, I'm not sure how viewing a savory dish then biting into sugar would be?


MtnDsrt  Friday Jan 27 12:42 PM

I'll try one! Just had sushi for dinner last night. This would be like ... leftovers!

xoxoxoBruce  Friday Jan 27 01:40 PM

Yes, I'd try one too as long as I know it's a sweet cookie in advance.

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