Pastry Interviews Archives - Page 5 of 11 - so good.. magazine
Interviews with pastry chefs who stand out for their work, career, and above all their work philosophy, for their ability to find concepts and ideas that influence the sector and that end up becoming trends. Sometimes their opinions can be uncomfortable or even politically incorrect, against the grain, but they always serve as a guide for many and are supported by desserts that earn professional recognition. Normally these interviews come from the work we do in each issue of So good and become a way to better understand the journalistic, technical, and creative work that is possible to find in this benchmark publication for artisan pastry.
Jonathan Mougel: ‘We tend to complicate our recipes when all that is simple and good is still a safe bet’June 12, 2019 | Fernando Toda
This pastry chef has worked for PatisFrance (Puratos) since 2004 and he has not given up his efforts to achieve the MOF title even when he failed at the 2015 edition
The pastry chef of this French-inspired bistro style restaurant, located in Berkeley (California), offers a menu filled with local, organic, and seasonal products.
The president of the MOF 2018 Jury, who is very satisfied with the high level of the latest edition, reminds us that to participate in the competition it is necessary to be very well prepared and have a strong desire to make the effort.
His time at the Ecole National Superieur de la Pâtissèrie (ENSP) as an international teacher opened the doors of teaching and pedagogy in front of him. A dream that also gave Richard Hawke the opportunity to enrich himself from working
Susanna Yoon: “When creating chocolates, we let our humor come through in the form of our favorite childhood sweets and images”May 17, 2019 | Santiago Corral
An elegant approach and respect for the product has made Yoon, Head Chef and Founder of Stick With Me Sweets, become one of the finest chocolatiers in the city of New York.
Pascal De Deyne: “I like to see each day as a challenge to do better and make customers and oneself happy”May 14, 2019 | Jaume Cot
His childhood was spent in a rural environment, coming from a farmers’ family working in the cultivation and development of milk, wheat and beet, raw materials which are all fundamental for pastry. Pascal De Deyne felt his ‘trade calling’ at
He embodies better than anyone an idea of patisserie that, little by little and fortunately, is catching on. It is that idea of the freshly made, natural and fresh, with the seasons and their products as a guide. A patisserie
Luis David Valderrama: “We are subjected to local availability of the product, so we have to be very creative”April 12, 2019 | Santiago Corral
The restaurant Mil, with views of the ancient ruins of Moray (Peru), focuses on ancestral native cuisines with ingredients grown in different altitudes of the Andes. Its cuisine chef explains the creation process for new dishes.
The big viennoiserie French master visits so good #21 to share his thought about what is making so popular this pastries lately
Teamwork,communication, confidence, effort, compromise, and time are some of the aspects that led Malaysia to win the last edition of the Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie.