Yummyholic’s Jasmine Cho is always pushing the envelope with her whimsical, pop culture-infused sweet treats (see: Unicorn Poop cookies and Chocolate-chip Monster bites), and lately, she’s been creating one-of-a-kind portrait cookies depicting some of Pittsburgh’s best and brightest.
On Saturday, September 17, you can see her edible artwork for yourself at the final Squirrel Hill Night Market of the season, where Cho will be unveiling a mini gallery of massive cookie portraits (each will be almost a foot in length!) to recognize six Asian Pacific Americans who have devoted themselves to making Pittsburgh a better place to live.
As part of Pittsburgh’s Bicentennial, this season’s final Squirrel Hill Night Market will highlight the local Asian community. Cho’s portrait gallery will include Steelers MVP Hines Wards and 412 Food Rescue co-founder Leah Lizarondo, among others.
The Night Market kicks off at 6:00 p.m. at 5750 Forbes Avenue, and will feature more than 75 vendors from the I Made It! Market, food trucks, live music and dancing. Yummyholic will also have sweet treats available for purchase. For more information, visit the event page.