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World Pastry Cup 2013
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Chef Nicolas Jordan chosen for the French team

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World Pastry Cup 2013
The pastry chefs who will represent France in the 2013 World Pastry Cup (Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie) were selected in December during the “Salon du Chocolat”, which was held for the first time in Lyon.
Over 3 days, 16 hopeful French pastry chefs competed in the categories: Chocolate, Ice and Sugar. Each candidate prepared an artistic showpiece as well as a dessert in his specialty (discipline).
Chef Nicolas Jordan, a teaching Chef at Le Cordon Bleu Paris, participated in the competition and displayed all his talent in his specialty, Ice, with an amazing ice sculpture and an audacious frozen dessert. The Jury (with President Frédéric Cassel, a renowned pastry chef and chocolatier) acknowledged his artistry by selecting him for the prestigious French team.
The French team will be represented by Joffrey Lafontaine (for the ice category), Mathieu Blandin (for the pastry and sugar category) and Quentin Bailly (for the chocolate category), with Chef Nicolas Jordan acting as a back up!
The World Pastry Cup will take place in Lyon on 26 and 27 January 2013, during the SIRHA Exhibition (the International Hotel Catering and Food Trades Exhibition). Twenty-two teams from across the world will be competing with a common passion: La Pâtisserie!
Bravo Chef Jordan!

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