Category Archive: International Stars

Ramon Morató’s exclusive recipe for Cacao Collective at the Langham

Are you interested to meet one of the greatest and most respected names in the world of chocolate, taste a new origin of chocolate and discover an exclusive recipe which we simply can’t reveal to you yet? Then… Continue reading

Astrid Gutsche, the Latin America’s 50 best restaurants pastry chef of the year

We would like to congratulate to the great Astrid Gutsche who was last night crowned by Latin America’s 50 best restaurants as the best pastry chef of the year. It’s a wonderful recognition… Continue reading

Rodolfo Guzman, chef patron of Boragó (Santiago, Chile)

Rodolfo Guzman’s greatest loves are food and Chile. And you can feel this with every bite you take at Boragó. After graduating at a culinary school he was trained in Spain under Andoni Luis Aduriz at Mugaritz.… Continue reading

Mark Welker, the executive pastry chef of Eleven Madison Park and the NoMad (New York, USA)

Mark Welker has been with Eleven Madison Park since 2009, when he first began working in the restaurant as a line cook. Working beside Daniel Humm he developed a great passion for fine… Continue reading

Andrés Lara, Cacao Barry Regional Chef Asia Pacific

An extreme sensitivity and openness, a beautiful mind, creativity and hard work characterise Andres Lara, the talented chef who is now the Cacao Barry regional Chef Asia Pacific. He gained many important experiences… Continue reading

Michele Farnesi, head chef at Heimat (Paris, France)

Only twenty-six years old and already head chef of Heimat, one of the hottest places in Paris.  The young Italian chef, Michele Farnesi, moved to Paris at his age of 23, after gaining… Continue reading

Enrico Cerea, executive chef at Da Vittorio (Brusaporto, Italy)

Enrico Cerea, the executive chef, is together with his brothers and sisters owner of the three Michelin starred restaurant Da Vittorio and beautiful Relais & Chateaux in Brusaporto (Bergamo). They are one of the most… Continue reading

Najat Kaanache, head chef (Miami, USA)

“I grew up picking and milling olives and wheat with my family between the Atlas and Pyrenees Mountains. I went on to train with many of the world’s greatest chefs, survived breast cancer… Continue reading

Rosio Sanchez, former head pastry chef at Noma (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Rosio Sanchez is Chicago born. Soon after training at the Cordon Bleu, she moved to New York to start working at the legendary WD-50 with Alex Stupak. From New York she moved to Europe to find… Continue reading

Paul Cunningham, head chef at Henne Kirkeby Kro (Henne, Denmark)

I’m used to presenting each chef with a few words before publishing their views on chocolate, but with Paul Cunningham, one of the top British chefs who left the country because he fell in love with… Continue reading

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