Spanish Pastry Chefs Archives - Page 3 of 4 - so good.. magazine
The most important Spanish pastry chefs.
Josean defines his desserts, just as he does the rest of his cuisine, with the term “Muina”.
While maintaining a profound respect for tradition, Jordi Puigvert has developed some interesting technical improvements in the art of pastry.
A Master of chocolate and one of the current pioneers who is reenvisioning the world of desserts.
Winner of the Pastry World Cup in Lyon in 2011, he runs his family business in Viladecans (Barcelona) and develops work as a consultant.
Son of master Paco Torreblanca and heir to great skill and sensitivity that he shows day-to- day in the creations of the pastry shop,
Leading Dulcemanía in Madrid, this experienced pastry chef is a strong supporter of sweet tapas
One of Spain’s most creative chefs, settled in Brazil.
Multidisciplinary chef who reaches pastry through savory cuisine. Spain’s champion in 2001. Inexhaustible source of creativity.
Spain’s Best Pastry Chef in 1995, he has aimed his career at teaching as a professor at the Joviat School.
Owner of the Escribà bakeries in Barcelona and pioneer in the merging of pastry with spectacle and arts.