Chef Gonzalez’s “Tropical R&R” dessert featured a refreshing blend of orange, coconut and lime components, all crafted into an elegantly plated creation. Not only did his dessert contain a pleasing balance of flavors, but a variety of textures and elements, including crunchy black sesame seeds and coconut sponge cake. His dessert was accented by an elegant black sugar curl, demonstrating to the judging panel his excellent sugar skills as well. Praised for its beautiful presentation and superbly executed flavor composition, Chef Gonzalez earned his first place standing.
This year’s second place winner was Chef Rodrigo Romo of Tout Chocolat for his dessert titled “OZULUAMA.”
Third place in the competition was awarded to Chef Kayla Swartout of The Hermitage Hotel. Chef Swartout’s “Apricots and Elderflower”
The Signature Plated Dessert competition brings to light both the delicate beauty of plated desserts and the talented chefs that create them. Each competitor is encouraged to craft an elegant, well-balanced dessert, as well as revolutionary creations that display their culinary flair and expertise. Pastry Live wishes to congratulate all of the winners, as well as thank each of the competitors for their professionalism, hard work and dedication.
For more details about Pastry Live and the Signature Plated Dessert competition, please contact Event Producer Paul Bodrogi at firstname.lastname@example.org or (678) 881-9490. Further information is also available on our website at www.pastrylive.com.