Pastry Products Videos
First video of the series that complements the book, True Bread, and that serves to not only understand the preparation of dozens of European bakery specialties, but also the techniques that great bakers master to always achieve the best result
Interesting documentary that shows the advanced level of industrialization of bread manufacturing in the 1960s in England.
Bompas & Parr, in collaboration with the Aerogelex laboratory, has developed a meringue that weighs only one gram.
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.
Researchers at Temple University claim that fat can be reduced in chocolate during the manufacturing process with electro-rheology.
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.
The designer Chloé Rutzerveld is developing a project which will allow, within a set time, to cook snacks full of flavor and nutrients with a 3D printer.
Enjoy the beauty of Patrice Demers’ Panna Cotta process. This pastry chef has an idyllic relationship with the director’s lens while he makes his dessert in this one-of-a-kind video masterpiece, presented at Omnivore’s Festival of 2012.
Cakes that spin like an LP on a turntable and which display moving images in the classic style of those of the first animations of the old zoetrope devices, country scenes that come to life, which then transform into faces, pastries that stop looking like pastries or figures of all kinds that play with your imagination. Welcome to the topsy-turvy world of the artist Alexandre Dubosc, whose main raw material to work with is chocolate.