"Leave room for dessert", new culinary reality from the great Paco Torreblanca
First it was Masterchef, now Topchef, and in a future Masterchef Junior, the truth is that the televisions of our country are like crazy with this new discovery and reef of success among the audience. It was not strange that with so much wealth and gastronomic tradition as the one we have in Spain, this type of program triumphs and all the chains want to take advantage of the moment.
This is the case of Mediaset, which plans to launch a new project in Cuatro called "Leave room for dessert", a surprising talent show to which the producer Magnolia will give life.
In "Leave room for dessert" we will try to discover among the amateurs or semi-professionals of pastry, those most talented and capable of creating succulent sweet creations, for later all their work in the contest will be valued by the master Paco Torreblanca, who will be in this case the demanding judge of the reality show.
The participants will be divided into teams and will be advised by three experts who will guide each group in the design, preparation and presentation of the desserts. In Paco Torreblanca's Laboratory it will be where the contestants live their sweetest moments, but also the bitterest ones, having to pass the different tests that will be evaluated by great pastry chefs, although finally and the last word, the teacher will always have. White Tower.
If you think you can contribute something new when it comes to baking or you are simply passionate about this world as an amateur or semi-professional, hurry up as the castings have already begun. You will have more information on the Cuatro chain website in order to register.
Via | What a TV! More information | Four Directly to the Paladar | The Spanish version of Top Chef begins, the contest for professional chefs En Directo al Paladar | Paco Torreblanca opens the doors of his first school
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