Posts ByLuis Concepción, Author at so good.. magazine - Page 5 of 8
Once again, there is a breath of fresh air in the formats and flavors of the new menu at La Fabrique Givrée for this autumn-winter. The new offer marches to the beat of products such as ice cream sabers, ice cream cups, Christmas logs, ice cream cakes, individual ice cream jars and much more. Jérémie Runel and his friends also emphasize very gastronomic flavors and unusual combinations: orange blossom and Medjool dates, pink grapefruit and juniper berries, mango and Madras curry; pineapple, banana and lemon.
Une Glace à Paris faces autumn with an eye on the renewal and development of its winter menu. So with the change of season, Emmanuel Ryon and Olivier Ménard begin to introduce their collection of ice cream pastry. And that really is the true heart of an ambitious project; it is not going to be stuck selling ice cream in bulk. Not even close
The stationery sector is in vogue in patisserie packaging design. Packaging is very much influenced by changing consumer habits resulting from the crisis. Cost containment, eliminating the superfluous, simplicity, and the authenticity of noble materials such as paper and cardboard mark the latest designs in different parts of the world.
The French master glacier demonstrated some of his most personal creations in Jean-Marie Auboine Chocolates’ classroom, from his Tart’ice to his ice cream hamburgers.
Jordan, MOF Glacier 2015, created two original frozen desserts for so good 14. Two original frozen desserts inspired by the Pacific Islands and in Italy, with the ice cream as protagonist.
From the hand of Italian Gourmet, Diego Crosara once again demonstrates his talent in micro-patisserie. However, his book, Mignon Salati, is not only about precision and meticulousness. This pastry chef unveils new alliances between sweet and savory by means of 60 recipes. The book broadens the possibilities of pastry in a small, savory format to forcefully reclaim it for use in shops as well as in banquets and catering. This long-running professional reaffirms himself in haute Italian patisserie with a new book to watch out for.
Over the years Ecuador has managed to distinguish itself as a producer of fine cocoa in the world. Now the challenge is to place it on the map of countries associated with high-end chocolate. It is one of the major objectives of the second book by the French chef based in Quito, Cyril Prud’homme. “Chocolat by Cyril” is a way to also bring education to the South American country to combat the high consumption of chocolate substitutes, both among consumers and professionals.
Nicolas Jordan and Jean-Christophe Vitte experienced one of the most magical moments of their lives last Sunday afternoon. They had invested more than three years in the minutely calculated preparation of a tough competition in which all the effort, time and money were never enough. But the two have fulfilled their dreams with the crowning of MOF Glaciers 2015 (dedicated to Georges Michaud). Organized by the Confédération Nationale des Glaciers in France and the Ministry of Education, it is the highest national distinction that an ice cream maker can achieve in France.
The seventh edition of the Open des Desserts Glacés was clearly won by the inland ice cream maker Philippe Faur. The six candidates had to elaborate 2 frozen cakes for 8 people, an ice sculpture and a nougatine piece in seven hours.