Posts ByAlberto Ruiz, Author at so good.. magazine
What would it be like to spend a week in the workshop of this French chef’s delicious pastry shop? Find out in the book, A Week with Yann Duytsche.
The Ukrainian architect and pastry chef has spent a great amount of time folding sheets of paper and learning the methods and principles of origami. Inspired by the beauty of lines and patterns of the folds, he has created a few models using 3Ds max and printed them on a 3D printer.
There are more and more voices that warn of the standardization of pastry and the rampant superficiality. Some begin to look towards social networks but as a way of knowing what not to do. In this context, everything that is included in the professional field becomes more relevant than ever.
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.
One decate transmitting the values of haute pâtisserie in America, the french chef is satisfied. We talk to him about training, social networks, creativity… at so good #19.
The World Chocolate Masters organized a training camp (boot camp) in Berlin with the 21 candidates six months prior to the great finale in Paris. The objective, to transmit knowledge and confidence to be able to face this great challenge. And all this with the help of figures such as Frank Haasnoot, Vincent Vallé, or Yann Couvreur.