Winners announced at Masters de la Boulangerie

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From 3rd to 5th February, the much-anticipated Masters de la Boulangerie organised by Lesaffre, took place, at the heart of the Europain show in Paris.

Artists-experts in international baking, also visionaries and pioneers for their profession, 3 new elite bakers have just been awarded the honorary title of 2018 World Master Baker :

  • Peter BIENEFELT – Nutritional Bread Making (Netherlands)

Bake & Dine Challenge Bread takes center plate:   “Tasty Highlight” A multi-flavoured bread that dresses  and completes a laid table, to arouse  guests’ curiosity.

Bake & Dine Challenge Bread takes center plate: “Tasty Highlight” A multi-flavoured bread that dresses and completes a laid table, to arouse guests’ curiosity.

  • Déborah OTT – Gourmet Baking (France)

Creation & Innovation Challenge The Wow factor Viennese  pastry: “The Parisienne” A brioche with passion fruit cream... and also – a female bust, enrobed in  lace, which evokes the French era of  Parisian cancan evenings.

Creation & Innovation Challenge The Wow factor Viennese pastry: “The Parisienne” A brioche with passion fruit cream… and also – a female bust, enrobed in lace, which evokes the French era of Parisian cancan evenings.

  • Peng-Chieh WANG – Artistic Bread Making (Taiwan)

Art of dough challenge The multi-coloured spectacle of the General and  his officers is one of the best-known celebrations  in  Taiwanese  religious  art.  The  battle  crown,   the   make-up,   the   touches   of   gold   and   the    decoration, the drum and the trident have been  painstakingly   reproduced.    Without  forgetting  the  use   of    Taiwanese    fruits    like     lychee and rose.  A  section  of  the  piece  was   for       tasting...       revealing        its  flavours  of  prune  and   flowers.

Art of dough challenge The multi-coloured spectacle of the General and his officers is one of the best-known celebrations in Taiwanese religious art. The battle crown, the make-up, the touches of gold and the decoration, the drum and the trident have been painstakingly reproduced. Without forgetting the use of Taiwanese fruits like lychee and rose. A section of the piece was for tasting… revealing its flavours of prune and flowers.

Men and women who are writing a new page in the history of baking…

« As organiser, Lesaffre showcased its vision of the bakery of tomorrow and the candidates all got on board. We took a risk, they did too – and the results are clear to see! »
Nadine Debail, Event Communications Manager – Lesaffre

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