The new season of “Best Pastry Chef” arrives on M6 at 9:05 p.m. this Wednesday, September 7. Several new features have been planned for this year. Four candidates from Occitania are part of the adventure.
On your marks, get set, bake! Dessert lovers have an appointment every Wednesday evening on M6 for the 11th season of the “Best pastry chef”. The show is back from this Wednesday, September 7.
A new castle
This new season of the “Best Pastry Chef” will take place in a new castle in which the sixteen candidates will be welcomed by the host Marie Portolano, Cyril Lignac and Mercotte.
A new mechanic
From the first issue, this Wednesday evening, the sixteen amateur pastry chefs will be able to choose the event in which they will compete. For this new season, a surprise will await the candidates at the end of each week. M6 promises a twist that may well completely change the course of the sixteen candidates.
Although amateurs, the candidates must be ready to bake on new themes: revisiting the gazelle horn, drawing inspiration from the green-green cake and the recipe book of painter Claude Monet, traveling to Spain, Hollywood and even in the past! For the 100th issue, the candidates will have to make a 100% hazelnut croque by listening and watching what Cyril Lignac is doing in front of them.
Big names in pastry
As in previous years, prestigious pastry chefs and chocolate makers were invited by Cyril Lignac and Mercotte to take part in the show. The candidates will meet Pierre Hermé, Philippe Conticini, Nina Métayer, Glenn Viel, François Perret, Christelle Brua or even Thierry Marx. For the first time in the history of the “Best Pastry Chef”, the destiny of the candidate to whom the prestigious chefs have granted their favorite may change: if he is in danger, he may be saved or, on the contrary, score points s he is in the running for the blue apron.
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Sixteen candidates will try their luck this year to become the best pastry chef of 2022. Among them, four are from Occitanie:
- Benjamin from Saint-Alban (Haute-Garonne): a fan of wakeboarding and rugby
- Sébastien from Toulouse (Haute-Garonne): he runs a cybersecurity company and a great wine lover
- Sébastien from Saint-Affrique (Aveyron): he is a choreographer and dancer and specialist in cake design
- Manon from Montpellier (Hérault): she is a student in dietetics BTS
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