So Good Magazine – #31


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  • English language
  • Semi-rigid cover
  • Published in 2024.
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This is the craziest issue of So Good magazine in recent years!

Everyone is welcome in this new issue but So Good can’t guarantee that everyone will enjoy it, but they are sure you won’t be bored.

A little tired of the predictable, So Good had the idea of asking eight heads: Do you dare to publish three “politically” incorrect creations, which do not respect the established rules, “rogue” desserts whether in their composition, in their format. , in the flavor associations, or in the aesthetics and the message? The only limits set are to avoid personal offenses and anything that could be considered rude or vulgar.

And the eight replied: “Of course.” From their imprudence were born a cannabis butter, a red ant paste, a mezcal of raw chicken breast, a croissant with wild boar fat, a “bull’s heart” covered with bull carpaccio, a potato mousse for a potato “omelette”, Fight Club soap. , the representation of three of the seven deadly sins… and other eccentricities of the same kind.

English language, semi-hard cover, published in 2024.


Hans Ovando | That invention of the devil

Ángel León | Sea, from beginning to end

Gregory Doyen | Trompe l’oeil 2.0, beyond illusion

François Daubinet | Mortal sins

Gonzo Jiménez | Two tapas and a pint

Jordi Roca | Everything fits in the game

Bobby Cortez | Between samurai and Navajos

Michael van der Kroft | The same game until the end

Dominique Ansel | A decade with people at his door

Sean Hu | Precision and elegance

Dimitri Fayard | Baked fun

Pía Salazar | Pâtisserie of freedom

Kyohei Mikami | Seeking a chemistry by combining fruits and umami-rich ingredients

Nicolas Nikolakopoulos | Pastry and chemistry for storytelling

Sho Kimura | A Japanese, a passion and a destiny

Joost Arijs | A path to purification

Dej Kewkacha | A little bit of Japan and a lot of Thailand

Tristan Rousselot | Black pleasure Tidbits

Talia Profet | Returning cocoa (powder) to the top

Sébastien Canonne | Innovation at every step

Luciano García | A praise for simplicity in a unique setting

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