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Four professional authors, Ramon Morató, Josep Maria Ribé, Raul Bernal, and Miquel Guarro, members of the team of the Chocolate Academy in Barcelona, demonstrate their talent and technical knowledge on pastry, chocolate making, sweet cuisine, and artistic chocolate.
Japan exerts a great influence on Hévin, one of the artisans who also has most contributed to democratizing the bar of chocolate in France. As he admits, through this culture and the clientele of Japanese shops, he has incorporated more demand and rigor to an already outstanding job with chocolate.
These wonderful kadaif threads which shape the knafeh, one of the most beautiful and emblematic desserts of the Middle East, are also a symbolic link between two peoples and two cultures.
In 2012, Naoki renovated Emerea, the pastry his father opened 40 years ago, and transformed in to a French style patisserie.
Ramon Morató offered a one day demonstration of innovative chocolate techniques in Japan an the EZtemper played a major role.
Gianluca Fusto, Antonio Bachour, Christophe Renou, and Greg Mindel are some of the external chefs who have jumped into the school’s interesting calendar this year.
The Turinese chef, led by Davide Malizia, was proclaimed winner of the third edition of this female pastry chef championship, ahead of the Japanese chef Aki Tanimura and the French chef Marlène Bachellerie.
A panel of judges of the highest level and juicy economic prizes turn this initiative into an authentic celebration for Australian haute patisserie.