World-famous pastry chef Yann Couvreur is the guest chef for the cover story of Patisserie by FoodinLife’s latest issue.
In the new issue we followed the latest trends in the world of patisserie. While having world-famous pastry chef Yann Couvreur on our cover, we also discussed the gastronomy scene of Bodrum in “Masabaşı Sohbetleri”. In our “Gurmelerden” pages where we talk to acclaimed food critics, we shared their suggestions on where to eat the best profiterole. We also got ready to introduce our newest brand FSummit, where we will host an important event for the gastronomy world. This time, we chose Antalya, one of the most important tourist destinations in the world. In the FSummit International Gastronomy & Hospitality Summit, we will bring together the world’s biggest names in tourism, hospitality, gastronomy and restaurant industries in Antalya. On the other hand, contributing to Turkey’s introduction to the world, one of Turkey’s biggest brands that brings world-famous chefs together in İstanbul, The International Gastromasa Gastronomy Conference’s 6th edition will take place in Haliç Congress Center on November 6th, 2021. Here are some of the topics of the latest issue we prepared for you with excitement and devotion…
“I opened my pastry shop to be free”
World-famous pastry chef Yann Couvreur takes the season’s freshest products as a guide for himself in the kitchen. With simple recipes and original dishes, he highlights the taste of his products. Chef Couvreur is mentioned often with his signature vanilla cream mille feuilles.
An entrepreneur, a designer, a fashion icon but most of all, a pastry chef: Natsuko Shoji
Making a difference in the pastry World in 2020 with her creations that are both delicious and beautiful to look at, Natsuko Shoji was crowned as Asia’s Best Pastry Chef. Taking inspiration from the World of fashion, she has been mesmerizing her visitors in her exclusive restaurant Été for the last 5 years.
The best form of melted chocolate and pastry: Profiterole
Smooth cream filled pastry balls meet with melted chocolate to make the dessert lovers’ favorite, profiterole. From vanilla cream to ice cream-filled, from milk chocolate glazed to white chocolate, we asked the food critics where to find the best profiterole in Turkey.