Unique style, multicultural influences, and amazing finishes come together in a cohesive book from start to finish.
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Through Frank Haasnoot’s Prisma, light refracts into six colors (white, yellow, red, green, violet and black) which in turn are the protagonists of 50 unique creations. In this first book by the acclaimed chef of Dutch origin, he alternates the creations that have given him more influence and popularity throughout his career, though duly updated, with new creations that continue to have their characteristic seal both in relation to the forms, the formats, the innovative techniques and the sweet result. A party of colors and creativity that knows how to find a wise balance between aesthetics, intensity of flavor, and love for perfect performances that, despite this, transmit craftsmanship and a love for what is hand-made.
“Let this book be an inspiration for you as a reader to experience what this beautiful profession brings to us and make you even more passionate in the craft”, Jeroen Goosens
“I have always liked his artistic approach, which is a bit “punk”, and his very personal, precise and thoughtful vision. Those qualities give his compositions a unique, identifiable style that is truly his own”. Stéphane Leroux, MOF Pâtissier Confiseur
Thanks for your opinion. The book is designed for professionals, so much of the information about decorations is implicit in the pictures.
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