Lemon, olive oil, berries, vanilla cream, and white chocolate, this log goes between soft refreshing touches and a soft red shade of desire, a good holiday hue. We take a close look at Xavier Séjournant’s patisserie.
This chef is of the opinion that absolute freedom is not always the best fertilizer for a good result. This is why he likes to focus on combinations and proposals that have long worked and offer new versions and adaptations, such as Noir (so good #14), come from the Afternoon Tea service and originally was an éclair with a delicious blackberry jam as its filling.
A sweet version of the classic hamburger, based on the adaptation of a traditional specialty such as the savarin. Although the traditional dessert has very high sugar content due to syrup and toasted egg yolk, we have reduced the sweetness
In so good #13, Jordi Bordas demonstrate again that the B•Concept method expands the creative possibilities of patisserie with the aim of achieving creations which are better adapted to current consumer demands, regarding an appropriate adjustment in the amount of fat and caloric intake; and all this without sacrificing maximum flavor.
What about chocolate? ‘The truth is that almost everything is invented… The major unresolved issue is bringing the culture of chocolate to the public. This way we would have more demanding customers forcing us to evolve and improve.”, Miquel Guarro answers. He shares his creativity in So Good #13