Pastry Interviews Archives - so good.. magazine
Interviews with pastry chefs who stand out for their work, career, and above all their work philosophy, for their ability to find concepts and ideas that influence the sector and that end up becoming trends. Sometimes their opinions can be uncomfortable or even politically incorrect, against the grain, but they always serve as a guide for many and are supported by desserts that earn professional recognition. Normally these interviews come from the work we do in each issue of So good and become a way to better understand the journalistic, technical, and creative work that is possible to find in this benchmark publication for artisan pastry.
After a few years in Asia, Marijn Coertjens gets back to Belgium and opens a pastry shop with his signature chocolate and amazing pâtisserie
The Executive Pastry chef of The Peninsula Tokyo likes to work with local seasonal ingredients to create his luxury artisanal creations.
As the Executive Pastry Chef of Alain Ducasse’s restaurant, Beige, since 2015, he is always looking to bring out the natural flavors of the ingredients without compromising their quality and nature.
For his official presentation to the readers of So Good, this Dutch globetrotter, has wanted to be inspired by his favorite culture, Asia.
Pastry Chef of the Amansara Hotel Siam Reap since 2005, she wants to make Cambodia’s gastronomy known to the whole world through classic desserts made with local ingredients, and recipes handed down from generation to generation.
Benjamin Siwek: “In my pastry creations, I use seasonal ingredients from around the world while incorporating local produce”August 10, 2018 | Santiago Corral
The French executive pastry chef of The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore oversees the pastry and bakery stations and menu creations for Colony, Chihuly Lounge, the Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge, the hotel banquet, and catering events.
Perseverance and hard work characterize the career of young Michael Petret, pastry chef of the luxurious Landmark Mandarin Oriental in Hong Kong.
One of the major figures of Italian patisserie talk with us about his sources of inspiration, his creative philosophy, his pastry and his last project in Milano.
The Belgian chef died on Tuesday, June 19 due to ALS, leaving behind a successful career around chocolate as his legacy.
Executive pastry chef of the Ritz Carlton Hong Kong for 15 years, he promotes pastry made with unique Asian ingredients and techniques.