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Pastry Collection

Indulge in the heavenly world of pastries, where every bite is a delightful journey through different cultures and flavors

Background imagePastry Collection: Konafa (kadaif) (Kanafeh) or knafeh or kunafeh or kunafah, an Arabic sweet made of very fine

Konafa (kadaif) (Kanafeh) or knafeh or kunafeh or kunafah, an Arabic sweet made of very fine vermicelli-like pastry and honey, sometimes known as shredded phyllo, Middle East

Background imagePastry Collection: Honorius Patron Saint

Honorius Patron Saint
SAINT HONORIUS (French : Saint Honore) archbishop of Canterbury patron of bakers and pastry cooks

Background imagePastry Collection: Buttered crumpets

Buttered crumpets

Background imagePastry Collection: Famous food of New Orleans, beignets and chicory coffee at Cafe Du Monde, New Orleans

Famous food of New Orleans, beignets and chicory coffee at Cafe Du Monde, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America, North America

Background imagePastry Collection: Nottinghamshire, UK. Melton Mowbray pork pie on handmade ceramic plate

Nottinghamshire, UK. Melton Mowbray pork pie on handmade ceramic plate

Background imagePastry Collection: Pork pie with pastry crust, and slice showing meat inside, close-up

Pork pie with pastry crust, and slice showing meat inside, close-up

Background imagePastry Collection: Trdelnik, a traditional sweet Czech pastry, Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

Trdelnik, a traditional sweet Czech pastry, Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

Background imagePastry Collection: Momos and milk tea, Kathmandu, Nepal, Asia

Momos and milk tea, Kathmandu, Nepal, Asia

Background imagePastry Collection: Cornish pasties, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Cornish pasties, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePastry Collection: 18th C French Kitchen

18th C French Kitchen
Several cooks work in a French kitchen to prepare and bake pies and pastry, a hare and a bird pie of some kind, perhaps pigeon

Background imagePastry Collection: Puff Pastry Recipies

Puff Pastry Recipies
A woman makes various things out of puff pastry

Background imagePastry Collection: Older Woman Baking 1947

Older Woman Baking 1947
An older woman wearing a flowery apron rolls out pastry for some home baking

Background imagePastry Collection: Arabic sweets and pastries, Mint tea

Arabic sweets and pastries, Mint tea

Background imagePastry Collection: Mr Pastry, aka Richard Hearne, with lion

Mr Pastry, aka Richard Hearne, with lion
Mr Pastry, aka the comic actor Richard Hearne (1908-1979), with a lion. Date: circa 1960s

Background imagePastry Collection: Focaccia, Italian flat bread made from yeast yeast dough with herbs, tomatoes and olives

Focaccia, Italian flat bread made from yeast yeast dough with herbs, tomatoes and olives

Background imagePastry Collection: Pastel de belem or pasteis de nata custard tarts served with a cup of coffee in a

Pastel de belem or pasteis de nata custard tarts served with a cup of coffee in a cafe of Lisbon, Portugal

Background imagePastry Collection: Italian cooks preparing a meal, 1500s

Italian cooks preparing a meal, 1500s
Cooks preparing food in an Italian kitchen, 1500s. Hand-colored 19th-century woodcut reproduction of an earlier illustration

Background imagePastry Collection: Victorian scraps (chromolitho)

Victorian scraps (chromolitho)
3656428 Victorian scraps (chromolitho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Victorian scraps)

Background imagePastry Collection: Europe, Italy, Venice. Cannoli for sale seen through a bakery window

Europe, Italy, Venice. Cannoli for sale seen through a bakery window
Italy, Venice. Cannoli for sale seen through a bakery window. Credit as: Wendy Kaveney / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Background imagePastry Collection: Arabic Countries, food, arabic biscuits, traditional

Arabic Countries, food, arabic biscuits, traditional

Background imagePastry Collection: Baking Day, by Ethel Parkinson

Baking Day, by Ethel Parkinson. A little Dutch girl kneads some dough, while a little boy tastes some freshly baked pastry

Background imagePastry Collection: Zenith of Surrealism

Zenith of Surrealism
The surrealist artist, Salvador Dali (1904-1989), surprised even guests to his house at Port Lligat in Spain, when he appeared wearing a magnificent tricorne hat - fashioned out of pastry

Background imagePastry Collection: Cartoon, January, Twelfth Night, Drawing Characters

Cartoon, January, Twelfth Night, Drawing Characters -- part of a series of Christmas and New Year cartoons. circa 1840s

Background imagePastry Collection: Gingerbread hearts at a stall, Oktoberfest, Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany

Gingerbread hearts at a stall, Oktoberfest, Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany

Background imagePastry Collection: A selection of assorted pastry cutters

A selection of assorted pastry cutters

Background imagePastry Collection: Making a Pie 1912

Making a Pie 1912
A young woman trims the excess pastry from a pie, prior to baking it

Background imagePastry Collection: Detail of traditional Turkish dessert baklava, Egyptian Bazaar (Spice Bazaar), Eminonu

Detail of traditional Turkish dessert baklava, Egyptian Bazaar (Spice Bazaar), Eminonu, Fatih District, Istanbul Province, Turkey

Background imagePastry Collection: Detail of round traditional Turkish dessert baklava with pistachio nuts

Detail of round traditional Turkish dessert baklava with pistachio nuts, Egyptian Bazaar (Spice Bazaar), Eminonu, Fatih District, Istanbul Province, Turkey

Background imagePastry Collection: Detail of round traditional Turkish dessert baklava with pistachio nuts

Detail of round traditional Turkish dessert baklava with pistachio nuts, Egyptian Bazaar (Spice Bazaar), Eminonu, Fatih District, Istanbul Province, Turkey

Background imagePastry Collection: Detail of traditional Turkish dessert baklava, Egyptian Bazaar (Spice Bazaar), Eminonu

Detail of traditional Turkish dessert baklava, Egyptian Bazaar (Spice Bazaar), Eminonu, Fatih District, Istanbul Province, Turkey

Background imagePastry Collection: England, Cornwall, Cornish Pasties

England, Cornwall, Cornish Pasties

Background imagePastry Collection: France, Paris, Pastries Display in Patisserie Shop Window

France, Paris, Pastries Display in Patisserie Shop Window

Background imagePastry Collection: Pastel de belem or pasteis de nata custard tarts, Lisbon, Portugal

Pastel de belem or pasteis de nata custard tarts, Lisbon, Portugal

Background imagePastry Collection: A woodblock engraving depicting hands rolling pastry, 18th century

A woodblock engraving depicting hands rolling pastry, 18th century
5311299 A woodblock engraving depicting hands rolling pastry, 18th century; (add.info.: Date: 1790); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imagePastry Collection: Foto S.S. Java Arrow, Dry Dock, New York 1929

Foto S.S. Java Arrow, Dry Dock, New York 1929
953836 Foto S.S. Java Arrow, Dry Dock, New York 1929 by Unknown photographer, (19th-20th century); Private Collection; © Arkivi UG All Rights Reserved

Background imagePastry Collection: Un patissier, A pastry cook (colour engraving)

Un patissier, A pastry cook (colour engraving)
3434153 Un patissier, A pastry cook (colour engraving); (add.info.: Imagerie, France, vers 1830. Coll. part. Food and Beverage. A pastry cook. Imagery, France, ca 1830.); Photo © CCI

Background imagePastry Collection: Rolling Pastry, 1900 (woodcut)

Rolling Pastry, 1900 (woodcut)
1574594 Rolling Pastry, 1900 (woodcut); (add.info.: Housewife rolling out pastry on a table, watched by small children. Woodcut, London, 1900.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imagePastry Collection: Rolling Pastry, 1878 (engraving)

Rolling Pastry, 1878 (engraving)
1574592 Rolling Pastry, 1878 (engraving); (add.info.: French woman rolling out pastry watched by hungry boys. Engraving, Paris, 1878.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imagePastry Collection: Rolling Pastry, 1882 (engraving)

Rolling Pastry, 1882 (engraving)
1574591 Rolling Pastry, 1882 (engraving); (add.info.: Woman at the kitchen table rolling out pastry. Engraving, London, 1882.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imagePastry Collection: Delicious Donuts

Delicious Donuts
Treechild

Background imagePastry Collection: Foto S.S. Algonquin, Clyde Steamship Co.Schornstein

Foto S.S. Algonquin, Clyde Steamship Co.Schornstein
953823 Foto S.S. Algonquin, Clyde Steamship Co.Schornstein by Unknown photographer, (19th-20th century); Private Collection; © Arkivi UG All Rights Reserved

Background imagePastry Collection: Foto S.S. Java Arrow, Dry Dock, New York 1929

Foto S.S. Java Arrow, Dry Dock, New York 1929
953837 Foto S.S. Java Arrow, Dry Dock, New York 1929 by Unknown photographer, (19th-20th century); Private Collection; © Arkivi UG All Rights Reserved

Background imagePastry Collection: Housewife Wearing a Pinafore, 1887 (engraving)

Housewife Wearing a Pinafore, 1887 (engraving)
1574590 Housewife Wearing a Pinafore, 1887 (engraving); (add.info.: Housewife, wearing a pinafore to protect her dress, putting a pastry topping on a pie)

Background imagePastry Collection: British at Etaples buying from natives, between 1914 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

British at Etaples buying from natives, between 1914 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
British at Etaples buying from natives, between 1914 and c1915. British troops at E´taples, France with women selling food, during World War I

Background imagePastry Collection: Gingerbread merchant. From the Series 'Cris de Paris' (The Cries of Paris), 1815

Gingerbread merchant. From the Series "Cris de Paris" (The Cries of Paris), 1815. Private Collection

Background imagePastry Collection: Brioche Nanterre merchant. From the Series 'Cris de Paris' (The Cries of Paris), 1815

Brioche Nanterre merchant. From the Series "Cris de Paris" (The Cries of Paris), 1815. Private Collection

Background imagePastry Collection: Marchande de plaisirs. From the Series 'Cris de Paris' (The Cries of Paris), 1815

Marchande de plaisirs. From the Series "Cris de Paris" (The Cries of Paris), 1815. Private Collection

Background imagePastry Collection: Cake seller. From the Series 'Cris de Paris' (The Cries of Paris), 1815

Cake seller. From the Series "Cris de Paris" (The Cries of Paris), 1815. Creator: Vernet, Carle (1758-1836)
Cake seller. From the Series "Cris de Paris" (The Cries of Paris), 1815. Private Collection



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Indulge in the heavenly world of pastries, where every bite is a delightful journey through different cultures and flavors. From Lisbon, Portugal to Nottinghamshire, UK, these delectable treats have captivated taste buds for centuries. Let's start our pastry adventure with the traditional Portuguese pasteis de nata, custard tarts that are as rich in history as they are in flavor. Legend has it that these delicate delights were created by monks from the Jeronimos Monastery in honor of Honorius Patron Saint. Traveling across Europe to Nottinghamshire, we encounter the famous Melton Mowbray pork pie resting on a handmade ceramic plate. This savory delight boasts a golden crust filled with succulent pork and spices - a true British classic. Buttered crumpets beckon us next, their warm and fluffy texture perfect for slathering with butter or jam. These quintessentially English treats make any morning complete. Venturing overseas to New Orleans, we find ourselves savoring beignets at Cafe Du Monde alongside chicory coffee. This iconic duo embodies the vibrant spirit of this Louisiana city and its love affair with sweet indulgence. In Kathmandu, Nepal, momos steal the show - steamed dumplings bursting with flavorful fillings served alongside milk tea. The combination of tender dough and aromatic spices creates an unforgettable culinary experience. Prague invites us to try trdelniks; sweet Czech pastries coated in sugar and cinnamon that tempt passersby from street stalls. With each crunchy bite comes a burst of warmth that lingers long after you've finished your treat. Puff pastry recipes take center stage next – flaky layers enveloping various fillings like cheese or vegetables create mouthwatering appetizers or decadent desserts fit for any occasion. Our journey takes us further into Arabic cuisine as we discover konafa (kadaif) – shredded phyllo pastry drenched in honey.