Pastry Blog & News
In early September, the Cacao Barry Asia Pacific Regional chef will be demonstrating his pastry in the academy that Barry Callebaut has recently opened.
A team of researchers from the University of Leuven and the Flanders Institute for Biotechnology (Belgium) has begun an investigation, in which Barry Callebaut has been active, on one of the fundamental processes in the development of good chocolate: fermentation.
This is the 19th in the world and the fourth in the Asia-Pacific region. Kohei Ogata will be the head of the center and Andres Lara will be based there.
Dark chocolate is not the only one that is “medicinal”. According to a British study, the calcium and fatty acids present in milk chocolate are also beneficial to health.
Both chefs unite to offer, right in the center of Paris, nougatines, vacherins, Norwegian omelettes alongside ice cream and traditional French sorbet.
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.