Bleu Chocolat is divided into two volumes that go over 100 different chocolate pieces. The challenge is not to be fooled by the material emulating each one.
The young Spanish chef and his partner Poli Gómez explain some keys necessary to understanding how to consolidate a state-of-the-art pastry boutique in a place far from the big metropolis and with little familiarity with this family of products.
The American selections for the new edition of this exciting competition that in 2016 gave the victory to Fredrik Borgskog will be held in October.
In their last meeting in Nantes, the members of Relais Desserts surprised with a beautiful and fanciful buffet.
Women in Seoul are the ones who prefer this sweet habit of going off the beaten path, and Yun Eun-Young’s team is well aware of it, so they take maximum care with the details of the presentations, making each éclair a small jewel that becomes a product of worship
In the last edition of this historic competition, we saw a high level in the finishes of each piece of chocolate and also in the tastings.
A talk with Jacob and Paco Torreblanca reflects arguments of sufficient weight to justify periodic visits to this temple of pastry savoir-faire.
The great Italian master Iginio Massari could not hide his disappointment when only six points separated Japan’s first place from Italy’s second place. Enjoy this and other great moments of the competition with this video.
What has occurred in the last 500 years, and also what has stopped happening, so that cocoa’s reality be so often associated with slavery and child labor.
Discover at So Good #17 a master of Kado (way of confection) or wagashi artist.