Lior Shtaygman, teacher and manager of the Baking department in Danon – Culinary Institute, located in the port of Tel-Aviv, in the center of Israel, has a unique and genuine style, highly inspired by Nature.
He was going to be a guitarist but a medical problem forced him to abandon the instrument. And he quickly found in gastronomy the proper trade to channel his artistic leanings.
Shtaygman has worked with today’s great masters: Christophe Michalak, Christophe Adan, Cedric Grolet, Guillaume Mabilleau, and Jacques Genin. And he has developed a style and a philosophy that uses local products to produce a fresh and crisp pastry, “less tacky and decorated”.
Cakes need to look as if they were grown or created in nature