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In his early solo career, Enric Rovira surprised everyone with a collection of chocolates inspired by the tiles in Barcelona’s Passeig de Gracia. Chocolate nougat is another constant in his career, one of his pioneering works proposed in a vertical design.
Miquel Guarro inspiration can come from many places: a photograph, a flavor, a sculpture…
Located in the heart of downtown Chicago, The French Pastry School is a state-of-the-art three-level facility with eight kitchens outfitted with top-of-the-line equipment. The school employs more than 25 pastry professionals, as well as admissions and marketing teams. Every year more than 1,500 students pass through its doors.
The Chicago-based pastry school turns 20 in the best way possible: the appointment of its founder, Sébastien Canonne, as Knight of the Order of the Legion of Honor.
In so good #13, Jordi Bordas demonstrate again that the B•Concept method expands the creative possibilities of patisserie with the aim of achieving creations which are better adapted to current consumer demands, regarding an appropriate adjustment in the amount of fat and caloric intake; and all this without sacrificing maximum flavor.
Desserts never even caught his eye until he buys the book, Plaisirs Sucrés, by Pierre Hermé. Demers has worked for 15 years in some of the best restaurants in Montreal and, finally, he opened Patrice Patissier, which the three great gastronomic pleasures coexist: good food, good wine and good desserts.
Rio and Asano formed a team in 2011 called wagashi asobi, where to make both traditional wagashi and creations which draw attention from younger people.