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Live performances 2021-09-01T11:57:54+02:00

The largest global event dedicated to chocolate and cocoa is finally back !

For 5 days, live a rich and unique experience full of tasty treats.

Spectacular chocolate fashion show, live chef demos, exclusive encounters and fun activities… let’s celebrate chocolate together at Paris-Porte de Versailles from October 28th to November 1st 2021.

Live chef demos !

Chocolate, technique and sharing

The greatest pastry chefs, young talents and renowned chocolate makers will prepare their best chocolate recipes during exceptional masterclasses on the Pastry Show stage.

They confirmed their coming : 

Damien Gendron (Head of Research and development at Potel & Chabot)

Sarah Ifrah-Ohana (Pastry Chef at Le Jardin Privé of  hotel Novotel Paris les Halles)

Anthony Chenoz (Pastry Chef at Granite)

Nina Métayer (Pastry Chef)

Tristan Rousselot (Pastry Chef at Prince de Galles)

Jonathan Mougel (Pastry Chef and MOF Pâtissier-Confiseur 2019)

Pascal Hainigue (Pastry Chef at Le Bristol Paris)

Nicolas Guercio (Pastry Chef at Lutetia)

The chocolate fashion show !

Sumptuous creations and a show

For more than 25 years, renowned chocolatiers and couturiers have collaborated to offer you unique and dazzling shows.

Once again this year, they have gone above and beyond with their work and imagination to offer a collection of fascinating and delicious masterpieces.

Relive the atmosphere of our previous show !

Renowned chocolate makers and couturiers collaborated to present an anniversary collection that traces the great epic of chocolate, from its discovery in Mexico 500 years ago to the present day.

Are you ready to discover the 2021 fashion show ?

Live exhibitions and sculptures !

The art of chocolate 

The exhibition “Bûche, ô ma bûche” returns this year with the most beautiful Christmas creations : ephemeral works of art imagined by iconic pastry chefs. Sculptures, monumental works and photo exhibitions: many surprises will also be prepared and crafted by our renowned chefs.

This year come see the spectacular sculpture of Napoleon!

To mark the bicentenary of Napoleon’s death, Jean-Luc Decluzeau, a chocolate artist from Limours in Essonne and history lover, has decided to create his own chocolate creation.

He will present at the Salon a bas-relief inspired by Jacques-Louis David’s painting “Bonaparte franchissant le Grand Saint-Bernard”.

Made with more than 100 kg of chocolate and 1.65 meters wide and 1.10 meters high, this work is the result of more than 120 hours of work. The chocolatier started with a picture of the famous painting and then made a life-size drawing before directly molding the sculpture in a block of chocolate.

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