Pastry Blog & News
Originally from Busan (South Korea), she is the young pastry chef at Jungsik New York, a two-Michelin-star restaurant that is a must for lovers of contemporary and creative Korean cuisine. Her mission: to make people happy with her desserts.
The pastry chef of this French-inspired bistro style restaurant, located in Berkeley (California), offers a menu filled with local, organic, and seasonal products.
Susanna Yoon: “When creating chocolates, we let our humor come through in the form of our favorite childhood sweets and images”May 17, 2019 | Santiago Corral
An elegant approach and respect for the product has made Yoon, Head Chef and Founder of Stick With Me Sweets, become one of the finest chocolatiers in the city of New York.
Luis David Valderrama: “We are subjected to local availability of the product, so we have to be very creative”April 12, 2019 | Santiago Corral
The restaurant Mil, with views of the ancient ruins of Moray (Peru), focuses on ancestral native cuisines with ingredients grown in different altitudes of the Andes. Its cuisine chef explains the creation process for new dishes.
The Bean to Bar was new to Lisa before joining as Executive Pastry Chef at Dandelion Chocolate and accepting the challenge of developing a customized line of pastry products with the company’s chocolate.
The Parisian chef, who has had an interesting culinary career in places like Wellington, Kiev, Dubai, Moscow, Bermuda, and France, is the executive pastry chef of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel since 2017.
The Australian chef is the owner and executive chef of Whitegrass, a Michelin-starred restaurant leading fine dining destination in Singapore.
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.
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.