Creative Baking Just Unlocked a New Level

Today we travel to the United States, where North Carolina-based baker Hannah P. has planted herself firmly at the intersection of art and food. Hannah transforms her crusty rye loaves and spelt focaccias into edible canvases for her botanic projects. Welcome to a world of twisting Vines and leafy botanics carved into crusty sour bough breads by Blondie + Rye.

Through her Instagram account, and with a motto of “improvisation over discipline, for better or for worse,” Hannah shares hundreds of flour-covered creations. The photos show sourdough bread creations replete with twisting vines and leafy stems. Some of her work features layered fruits and vegetables that resemble verdant gardens and others look like floral bouquets.

The baked combinations are incredible and oh so appetising — think spelt loaf speckled with rosemary and brown sugar and a cream cheese, Romano, and lemon zest centre or a ring full of extra-crunchy peanut butter, honey, toasted pecans, pistachios, walnuts, and hazelnut cocoa filling. What we are talking about here is foods almost too pretty to eat! For more lovely baked exteriors, you can check out the source article here.

Through her Instagram account, and with a motto of “improvisation over discipline, for better or for worse,” Hannah shares hundreds of flour-covered creations. The photos show sourdough bread creations replete with twisting vines and leafy stems. Some of her work features layered fruits and vegetables that resemble verdant gardens and others look like floral bouquets.

The baked combinations are incredible and oh so appetising — think spelt loaf speckled with rosemary and brown sugar and a cream cheese, Romano, and lemon zest centre or a ring full of extra-crunchy peanut butter, honey, toasted pecans, pistachios, walnuts, and hazelnut cocoa filling. What we are talking about here is foods almost too pretty to eat! For more lovely baked exteriors, you can check out the source article here.