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.
The chef, head of CR8, seeks to microfinance the publishing of his first editorial work in which he unleashes his creative drive and great artistic talent.
Researchers at Temple University claim that fat can be reduced in chocolate during the manufacturing process with electro-rheology.
Now that the organization has announced the dates and the theme for the next edition of the US Pastry Competition, we look back at some of the highlights of the last edition, in which Justin Fry was victorious.
A new theory, developed by the team of engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has been inspired by the work of artisan chocolatiers when creating uniformly smooth shells and precisely tailor their thickness.
From ancient times to the present day, this video by CEDUS (which represents French sugar manufacturers) takes an educational tour of key moments that have turned sugar into the reality that we all know today.
If anything distinguishes haute pâtisserie from other ways of understanding pastry it is its commitment to raising each creation to a category of exclusivity, exquisiteness, and artisan work, out of the ordinary…
A mosaic composed of 23,700 éclairs was created in Geneva to contribute to the fight against AIDS.
Thanks to this course, some students better understand the creative process in the construction of an artistic piece at the Chocolate Academy in Chicago.