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So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)
So Good Magazine #22 (EN)

So Good Magazine #22 (EN)

Gusta Supplies

$39.95

Issue number 22 of So Good Magazine provokes a carousel of emotions that range from fascination and surprise of its most creative proposals (Lauren V. Haas on the cover, Jordan Kahn, Maurits van der Vooren and Bart de Gans, Saray Ruiz or Julien Álvarez, among others) to the confidence and pride that this patiently cultivated product awakens (Pierre Hemé, Niklesh Sharma, Philippe Givre).

A parade that oscillates between seriousness and the pure pleasure of learning thanks to the sum of talents that come together, among which is Joris Vanhee and his chocolate glazes, Ramon Morató and the new generation of ganaches, the latest designs by Nicolas Boussin, the reinvention of Antonio Bachour, the geometric pastries of Guillaume Shoppohoven, the Japanese school of Hideki Kawamura, and a lot more content.

• Language: English
• 304 pages
• Published in 2019

Contents:

Pierre Hermé, The pastry that is served
Lauren V. Haas, The pastry of dreams
Philippe Givre, The well thought out pastry
Yann Menguy, We make an identity pastry, creativity is the slogan
Marta Martín, Air collection
Pieter de Volder, Simple on the outside, powerful on the inside
Guillaume Schoppohoven, Geometric viennoiserie
Bart de Gans & Maurits van der Vooren, Collision
Nicolas Houchet, The gesture that makes the difference
Luis Amado, That detail that changes everything
Melissa Walnock, Find a way to make it happen
Saray Ruiz, Interior life
Graham Mairs, Water, fire, earth, ether
Roberto Cortez, A unique piece
Hideki Kawamura, Sense changes and sensibility evolves
Antonio Bachour, A different repertoire
Nicolas Boussin, Commitment
Jordan Kahn, Building Block
Tidbits
Musketeer spirit, Jerome de Oliveira, Julien Alvarez, Quentin Bailly and Etienne Leroy at Fully Baked Story
Niklesh Sharma, Leading the new patisserie in Asia
Ramon Morató, A new approach to ganache II
Joris Vanhee, Chocolate glazes in depth. Understanding mistakes to shine
Blanca del Noval, The value of kernels and stale bread


Gusta Supplies goes above and beyond to source specialty products for your gustatory enjoyment. Did you know? The stem "Gusta" is found in the word "gustation", which means the sense of taste. Gusta, as such, is literally the "root of taste". We know, shopping here, you must have a good taste!

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