Pastry Blog & News
In June, Mindel, Chef Consultant for the Center for Culinary Development, will share his classic viennoiserie vision with modern touches, using Valrhona chocolate.
The chocolate firm chooses Germany, one of the most important markets for artisan chocolate, to install a new training center with high-level courses and internationally recognized professors, in line with other Chocolate Academies.
The America Chemical Society has released a study that proposes retaining as many polyphenols in cocoa’s toasting stage for a healthier and more intensely flavored chocolate.
Jean-Marie Auboine Chocolatier presents a new classroom, detached from the workshop and production space where classes will be taught by renowned chefs with an area dedicated to “Bean to Bar”.
With the release of The Origin Box, the Belgian company Du Caju Printing & Packaging makes a clear commitment to virgin fiber so as to minimize the risk of chocolate acquiring a strange taste or odor derived from the material it is presented in.
Valrhona USA continues travelling to teach professional pastry chefs and help them reach their full potential. The next destination is Miami and the professor is Antonio Bachour, a pastry chef who shares his commitment to excellence and passion for the craft with this chocolate brand.
Gourmet, mini, aromatic, and decorated. Thus are some of the madeleines which chef Stéphane Bour creates in this new sweet spot in Paris.
The acclaimed pastry chef shares his knowledge in modern patisserie with a European flair in petit comité at the school Valrhona very recently created in Brooklyn.
Lucien Moutarlier and his son, Damien, have completely renovated one of the four establishments that they own in Switzerland, giving it a modern image, more aligned with their pastry cooking style.