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FRANCE IS THE WINNER OF THE COUPE DU MONDE DE LA PATISSERIE


France achieved first place in the 2017 edition of the Coupe de Monde de la Pâtisserie, the international reference event in the trade created in 1989 by its president founder Gabriel Paillasson. Among the 22 teams composed of 3 specialists (sugar, chocolate, ice-cream) from 4 continents, the team from France completed a flawless run in 10 hours of tests, followed by Japan and Switzerland.

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JAPAN IS THE JUNIOR WORLD PASTRY CHAMPION. ITALY SECOND AND FRANCE THIRD

It was neck and neck to the last praline and in the end it was Japan who won the title of Junior World Pastry Champion at Sigep 2017. Second place went to Italy, but it was a very close thing: 3,918 point for the Japanese contestants, 3,912 for the Italians. Further behind, but still in the élite of world pastry making, France, with 3,733 points.

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Paris Mont Blanc. The recipe by Johann Martin

Johann Martin, pastry chef at the Bellouet Conseil in Pasris, presents the Paris Mont Blanc. Chestnut biscuit, chestnut mousse, blackcurrant compote, chestnut cream and milk chocolate mirror glaze.
This recipe has been presented in occasion of the last edition of Asia Pastry Forum, in Kuala Lumpur.

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Sweet creations in Fauchon Christmas Menu

This year, Fauchon celebrates 130 years of unrivalled savoir-faire in the service of demanding gourmets. On this occasion, Fauchon created a new collection imbued with an elegant art deco atmosphere. Cylinders, cubes and spheres combine with stripes and chevrons in bright and luxurious materials inspiring refinement.
Here the sweets in Menu.

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SIGEP CHRISTMAS 2016 OBSERVATORY: HIS MAJESTY THE PANETTONE

From ‘Pearly panettone’ to those baked in glass at a low temperature, from those that are “almost a pudding” to those with hazelnut butter and panettone filled with gelato and candied chestnuts.
There is even a “landscape panettone” Italy’s typical Christmas cake will be officially crowned - 21st-25th January, in Rimini (Italy) - ambassador of great Italian artisan pastry

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