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This pastry chef, who works at the Maison Lenòtre as assistant to the creative director, Guy Krenzer, is one of the most experienced professionals who has obtained the MOF title.
Sébastien Trudelle: ‘My preparation was very complicated. I tried to do things I did not know how to do’June 28, 2019 | Fernando Toda
Highly advanced technical work, great creativity, and a lot of patience are some of the keys that have led this pastry chef to obtain the MOF title.
Passion fruit, orange and coffee L’Hespérie gateau that is gluten and sugar free, by MOF David BriandJune 20, 2019
The pastry chef of the École Valrhona, which has recently received the MOF title, has used maltitol, buckwheat, and rice flour to make this individual piece.
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 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.
Goat cheese and Sancho pepper are the two “culinary elements” starring this plated dessert, a perfect example of the creative philosophy of this Hungarian pastry chef
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
Xavi Donnay applies at restaurant Lasarte in Barcelona (Martin Berasategui’s) his pastry vision with special care of small formats, taste for innovation and for Asian ingredients
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
Chocolate, semi-salted butter, caramel, and biscuit. These are the elements with which the Parisian chef once again achieves a result which is as gourmand as it is personal.