Pastry Blog & News
Adapting Café Pushkin Paris’s offer to French culture, without losing its Russian essence. This is the goal with which Julien Alvarez will become part of this brand as Chief Executive Pastry Chef. This move comes within a large rebranding that will affect both the products and the packaging of Café Pushkin Paris.
Delicate, elegant, sophisticated, and with sorbet as the protagonist. So is this original and exotic frozen version of this classic religieuse of French pastry, which the always outstanding La Martinière presents as a new product in their summer campaign.
The Australian chef is non-stop. In October he will present his book “Lamingtons & Lemon tart”, and he intends to launch an interesting professional project before the end of 2016.
A Pythagorean bar of chocolate in which each portion is triangular and has the same weight, is undeniable evidence of the Catalan chocolatier’s creativity which he sets out to demonstrate.
Jérémie Runel continues to give free rein to his imagination with new cups and ice cream jars, framed within La Fabrique Givrée’s Glace-tronomie concept. Refined combinations that experiment with acidic contrasts, versions of classic pastry like the Mont-Blanc, and the local produce of Ardèche.
80 recipes, detailed step-by-step instructions by the Australian chef for those who want to master the delicate art of biscuits, cakes, sweet treats, and desserts.
The master pastry chef Philippe Conticini has decided to revisit his mythical millefeuille in collaboration with the historic ice cream shop, Raimo. A launch which unites the trade of two Parisian institutions in one single product: one of the most traditional ice cream shops and a pastry flagship with great personality, La Pâtisserie des Rêves.
Towards the end of summer and the beginning of autumn, the inventor of the cronut will open his first bakery in Europe where one can try a menu of signature pastries from his original shop, as well as a new line of London-only items.