Lemon Archives - Page 2 of 3 - so good.. magazine
The chef visited L’École Valrhona Brooklyn a second year and has surprised with this dessert of vibrant flavors that he produces in his famous pastry shop in Montreal.
The latest version of tarte au citron, with rosemary and verbena to associate with lush forest in Karuizawa, by chef pâtissier of the Hoshino Resorts Hotel Bleston Court.
An elegant entremet presented by the winner of the AUI Pastry Cup in the third and last round of the competition.
Land and innovation, two pillars support the Pastelería Glea in Murcia, that has a commitment to citrus and fruits that in many cases come from the very garden that Abel’s family owns.
The pastry chef of the iconic Parisian hotel Le Bristol has a commitment to desserts loaded with elegance and clean flavors, while continuing in the same line as chef Frechon when lightening and intelligently and moderately updating French savoir faire.
The champion of World Chocolate Masters 2009 quit Grand Hyatt Tokyo and open his own pastry shop back in Kobe, where he was born and raised. Against all odds, his annual sales reached to one hundred million yen.
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.
Jerome Landrieu is the director of Barry Callebaut’s Chocolate Academy in Chicago. From there he shares with us his creations, always impeccable and imaginative, such as this memorable Harmony of lemon, mint and chocolate. (so good..6)
“You can never beat the classics”, John Kraus says, “Paris Brest, Tart Tatin, Millefeuille, Brioche Polonaise, Lemon Tart: that is the beauty of pastry.” With this simple but brilliantly executed philosophy, we welcome him to the pages of SG#11, where he offers us his most recent creations, as elegant and inimitable as this Lemon Tart.