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Torreblanca, Sacchi, Besuschio, Brozzetti, and Fusto have used wine, peas, lentils, cabbage, spinach, and turnips in their pastry demonstrations.
The recipe section leads a year of increased visits on our website in which practical information on news, schools, and books has imposed itself over day-to-day news.
Sugar bubbles, pulled sugar, blown sugar, Isomalt … how to handle each sugar depending on the decorative result that we are looking for.
Vanilla sablé, vanilla bavaroise, apricot and vanilla insert are some ingredientes of this recipe by Paco and Jacob Torreblanca, one of the cardinal points of modern pastry.
A talk with Jacob and Paco Torreblanca reflects arguments of sufficient weight to justify periodic visits to this temple of pastry savoir-faire.
The third edition of the International Congress has made restaurant pastry, a sector in continuous growth, the focal point through the participation of four top pastry chefs.
Oriol Balaguer, Paco Torreblanca, Patrick Roger, Frédéric Bau and Pierre Hermé are some of the chefs who wanted to actively participate in the opening of the fourth school opened by Valrhona in the world, the first in the United States.
Paco Torreblanca and his son, Jacob, have reached a special moment in their pastry cooking career, after establishing a teaching centre and consolodating an educational model that prioritises respect for the best ingredients and the love for the work of haute pâtisserie.
With this second book, the great master Paco Torreblanca steps into the world of gastronomy, whilst following the basic principles of pastry making. This work is full of new techniques and, above all, great ideas of extraordinary creative value, albeit their simple preparation.
This is undoubtedly the most personal and creative book that Paco Torreblanca has ever written. With this ‘Collection of Sugar Pieces’, the master chef forges a new path in the conception of artistic pieces in pastry making. Torreblanca’s hands give sugar some magical and surprising shapes, between architecture and sculpture, transparency and opacity, lights and shadows.