Delicious Delights

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Delicious Delights
508 Appomattox Street, Hopewell, 458-8299
Contact: Jackie Tucker, jdenise93@aol.com
Edible “sugar art on a cookie” is an answered
prayer for Jackie Tucker, the baker and business
owner says. When illness closed one professional
door after 24 years, she prayed for guidance and
began making cookies and decorating them so
they look like porcelain flowers. In early Novem-
ber (10th) Tucker will be celebrating the first an-
niversary of her new business by participating in
the Hopewell Junior Women’s Club’s Home for
the Holidays bazaar event at the Hopewell Com-
munity Center.
Besides traditional cookies such as oatmeal
raisin, chocolate chip, dark chocolate raspberry,
white chocolate raspberry, and ginger snap mo-
lasses, Tucker hand-sculpts designs atop butter
cookies and then hand-paints them with food
coloring. She builds roses and other flowers one
Delicious Delights
508 Appomattox Street, Hopewell, 458-8299
Contact: Jackie Tucker, jdenise93@aol.com
Edible “sugar art on a cookie” is an answered
prayer for Jackie Tucker, the baker and business
owner says. When illness closed one professional
door after 24 years, she prayed for guidance and
began making cookies and decorating them so
they look like porcelain flowers. In early Novem-
ber (10th) Tucker will be celebrating the first an-
niversary of her new business by participating in
the Hopewell Junior Women’s Club’s Home for
the Holidays bazaar event at the Hopewell Com-
munity Center.
Besides traditional cookies such as oatmeal
raisin, chocolate chip, dark chocolate raspberry,
white chocolate raspberry, and ginger snap mo-
lasses, Tucker hand-sculpts designs atop butter
cookies and then hand-paints them with food
coloring. She builds roses and other flowers one
Delicious Delights
508 Appomattox Street, Hopewell, 458-8299
Contact: Jackie Tucker, jdenise93@aol.com
Edible “sugar art on a cookie” is an answered
prayer for Jackie Tucker, the baker and business
owner says. When illness closed one professional
door after 24 years, she prayed for guidance and
began making cookies and decorating them so
they look like porcelain flowers. In early Novem-
ber (10th) Tucker will be celebrating the first an-
niversary of her new business by participating in
the Hopewell Junior Women’s Club’s Home for
the Holidays bazaar event at the Hopewell Com-
munity Center.
Besides traditional cookies such as oatmeal
raisin, chocolate chip, dark chocolate raspberry,
white chocolate raspberry, and ginger snap mo-
lasses, Tucker hand-sculpts designs atop butter
cookies and then hand-paints them with food
coloring. She builds roses and other flowers one
Delicious Delights
508 Appomattox Street, Hopewell, 458-8299
Contact: Jackie Tucker, jdenise93@aol.com
Edible “sugar art on a cookie” is an answered
prayer for Jackie Tucker, the baker and business
owner says. When illness closed one professional
door after 24 years, she prayed for guidance and
began making cookies and decorating them so
they look like porcelain flowers. In early Novem-
ber (10th) Tucker will be celebrating the first an-
niversary of her new business by participating in
the Hopewell Junior Women’s Club’s Home for
the Holidays bazaar event at the Hopewell Com-
munity Center.
Besides traditional cookies such as oatmeal
raisin, chocolate chip, dark chocolate raspberry,
white chocolate raspberry, and ginger snap mo-
lasses, Tucker hand-sculpts designs atop butter
cookies and then hand-paints them with food
coloring. She builds roses and other flowers one
Delicious Delights
508 Appomattox Street, Hopewell, 458-8299
Contact: Jackie Tucker, jdenise93@aol.com
Edible “sugar art on a cookie” is an answered
prayer for Jackie Tucker, the baker and business
owner says. When illness closed one professional
door after 24 years, she prayed for guidance and
began making cookies and decorating them so
they look like porcelain flowers. In early Novem-
ber (10th) Tucker will be celebrating the first an-
niversary of her new business by participating in
the Hopewell Junior Women’s Club’s Home for
the Holidays bazaar event at the Hopewell Com-
munity Center.
Besides traditional cookies such as oatmeal
raisin, chocolate chip, dark chocolate raspberry,
white chocolate raspberry, and ginger snap mo-
lasses, Tucker hand-sculpts designs atop butter
cookies and then hand-paints them with food
coloring. She builds roses and other flowers one
Delicious Delights
508 Appomattox Street, Hopewell, 458-8299
Contact: Jackie Tucker, jdenise93@aol.com
Edible “sugar art on a cookie” is an answered
prayer for Jackie Tucker, the baker and business
owner says. When illness closed one professional
door after 24 years, she prayed for guidance and
began making cookies and decorating them so
they look like porcelain flowers. In early Novem-
ber (10th) Tucker will be celebrating the first an-
niversary of her new business by participating in
the Hopewell Junior Women’s Club’s Home for
the Holidays bazaar event at the Hopewell Com-
munity Center.
Besides traditional cookies such as oatmeal
raisin, chocolate chip, dark chocolate raspberry,
white chocolate raspberry, and ginger snap mo-
lasses, Tucker hand-sculpts designs atop butter
cookies and then hand-paints them with food
coloring. She builds roses and other flowers one
petal at a time using fondant or royal icing.
Tucker made and decorated cookies shaped
like the Beacon Theatre’s sign for a special event
there. She has supplied cookies for all the em-
ployees at John Randolph Medical Center, for
weddings, baby showers, church events and indi-
viduals and shipped them as far as Texas.
petal at a time using fondant or royal icing.
Tucker made and decorated cookies shaped
like the Beacon Theatre’s sign for a special event
there. She has supplied cookies for all the em-
ployees at John Randolph Medical Center, for
weddings, baby showers, church events and indi-
viduals and shipped them as far as Texas.



Our Signature Cake is featured on

page 20 and our article is featured on

page 24 of Heritage Rivers Nov/Dec

2007 Issue.


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