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There are many Spanish chefs who in recent years have been paying special attention to desserts in their research, pointing to new and surprising ingredients.
We contact nine leading chefs in Spain to find out first-hand which are the most interesting launches they have detected in recent months. Innovation is served.
The great Dutch master chef has launched Prisma, his first book, published by so good.. magazine
With flowers, green-colored, in a gummy form… rhubarb is the protagonist in some of the most striking pastry proposals in recent times.
The Belgian chef died on Tuesday, June 19 due to ALS, leaving behind a successful career around chocolate as his legacy.
A visit to the facilities of this firm in Vietnam allows us to appreciate the originality and delicacy of its repertoire of more than 500 different chocolate decorations.
The pastry chefs favorite tool to encourage their creativity reaches its second edition with 50% more contents, more than 1.600 recipes duly classified
The endless queues that are usually formed in Japanese pastry shops show in the most graphic way possible the great consumption of pastry and ice cream that exists in Tokyo. Recently visited by our editor in chief, Carlos Barrachina, this Japanese city is the breeding ground of a striking concentration of high-end patisseries, with luxury display cases, and impeccable service. We summarize the highlights of this trip to the heart of Asian pastry.