so good #20 Archives - so good.. magazine
Making a difference without the desire to provoke but to leave a mark
Orange, Earl Grey tea, biscuit dacquoise, and blood orange liquid interior are the elements with which the Belgian chef transports us to the classic continental breakfast, this time in the form of a petit gateaux
Rice pudding, tapioca pearls, and chocolate have been used by the instructor at EPGB to create a fun sweet snack inspired by this Japanese classic.
Winterspring, claiming this Nordic look, with typical products from the Danish landscape and traditional techniques, interesting savory touches are introduced to the dessert and a fine and colorful presentation, without artifice.
The theory of this British pastry chef, called C3D, is based on the combination of three essential components: connectors, elements, and dimension.
Lemon and pineapple melts together in this delicacy performed by Korean pastry chef under a French title and with interesting allies like basil and coconut to balance the proposal
The Argentinian pastry chef avoids complex taste associations, and limits himself to combining two or three popular flavors that serve as a bridge between modern pastry and native tastes
After a few years in Asia, Marijn Coertjens gets back to Belgium and opens a pastry shop with his signature chocolate and amazing pâtisserie
A dessert which is not excessively sweet and a balanced flavor to celebrate Halloween with a Danish look
The Dutch chef was inspired by the famous sunrise in Asia to make this petite delicacy.