Plated Desserts Recipes Archives - Page 2 of 2 - so good.. magazine
The chef, in charge of La Postrería in Guadalajara (Mexico), is inspired by Andalusia (Spain) to make this spectacular doughnut.
A pinch od madness and a high dose of good sense. So is the modern pastry of the executive pastry Chef at the three-starred Relais & Châteaux La Vie. A good example: a blown sugar doughnut filled with carrot ice cream.
During the years that Christian Hümbs worked as a pastry chef at the restaurant Le Mer, accepted a challenge: make a dessert menu. Aroma-Menu 2013 constructs the desserts on three pillars – acid, sweet and a linking element.
The British chef based in Singapore, Ryan Clift, explores the textures of meringue and milk in so good.. magazine #12. We share his Textured Milk, light, delicate and extremely beautiful.
“For me the most important factor in creating new products is to first analyze why a product can be a hit or not.” Eric Bertoia shared with us (So Good..#4) this outstanding plated dessert served at Daniel Bouloud’s from New York. From jellying the cranberries to showing how a milk meringue can be made, nothing is missing of his detailed explanation.
Miguel Sierra participated in the “Crème Caramel” challenge in So Good.. #10 with this innovative recipe. As the egg is the key protagonist in this ubiquitous dessert, the pastry chef from Asturias decided to focus on one of the main foods in the feeding of the hen – corn – to reform the recipe with an original blend of flavours and presentation.
The Roca brothers are in fashion. Their know-how and tenacity have led them to the very top, a well-deserved success which the youngest of the brothers –Jordi Roca, responsible for the desserts station at ‘El Celler’- has decisively contributed to. From so good.. magazine, we would like to congratulate him and celebrate by ‘savoring’ one of his most refreshing desserts from his latest creative phase, published in So Good #7.