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A great classic of French pastry deserves the gathering of important figures in today’s pastry to see how it can be reinvented
A simple, family recipe, rolled with pumpkin purée and seeds, and baked in a cocotte
The young Spanish chef and his partner Poli Gómez explain some keys necessary to understanding how to consolidate a state-of-the-art pastry boutique in a place far from the big metropolis and with little familiarity with this family of products.
A peach in syrup that turns into gnocchi. A fresh dessert that provokes the reaction of the diner.
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.
Revisiting a classic tart, Luciano finds a good balance between textures and flavors, combining ingredients with brilliance in this creation.
Ikarus is as an scenario from which to observe the most heterogeneous trends in cuisine. There is nothing like proving it by reviewing some of the sweet dishes that have been seen in the Austrian restaurant in 2016 by greats chefs: Dominique Crenn, Sang-hoon Degeimbre, Marc Haeberlin, and Vladimir Mukhin.
Women in Seoul are the ones who prefer this sweet habit of going off the beaten path, and Yun Eun-Young’s team is well aware of it, so they take maximum care with the details of the presentations, making each éclair a small jewel that becomes a product of worship
Vanilla sablé, vanilla bavaroise, apricot and vanilla insert are some ingredientes of this recipe by Paco and Jacob Torreblanca, one of the cardinal points of modern pastry.