École Valrhona Brooklyn Archives - Page 3 of 4 - so good.. magazine
Situated in an old shoe factory from 1905, very typical in the Dumbo neighbourhood, at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, l’École of New York combines the knowledge and approach of an American team with the Valrhona spirit.
With French roots, L’École Valrhona Brooklyn combines the knowledge and approach of an American team with the Valrhona spirit.
What’s behind the scenes of one of the country’s best patisserie, Craftsman and Wolves? William Werner has revealed this at l’École Valrhona Brooklyn
This recipe was included in the masterclass on plated desserts taught by Carson at L’École Valrhona Brooklyn School.
Step-by-step instructions of a Petit gâteaux that the chef created in his last course in Valrhona Brooklyn School, which he wanted to share with the readers of So Good.
Around 20 first class pastry chefs will visit the school to exchange ideas, unveil new trends, and share techniques.
Gianluca Fusto, Antonio Bachour, Christophe Renou, and Greg Mindel are some of the external chefs who have jumped into the school’s interesting calendar this year.
Antonio Bachour continues his tireless teaching labor across the globe. These days he is giving a comprehensive education at the International Pastry Forum in Panama. However, he previously left his mark and particular style in the Ecole du Grand Chocolat
In June, Mindel, Chef Consultant for the Center for Culinary Development, will share his classic viennoiserie vision with modern touches, using Valrhona chocolate.
Oriol Balaguer, Paco Torreblanca, Patrick Roger, Frédéric Bau and Pierre Hermé are some of the chefs who wanted to actively participate in the opening of the fourth school opened by Valrhona in the world, the first in the United States.