“…I’m a real artisan. I started in a small village… Brioches, cakes, macaroons, mignons,

choocolates… I use the best ingredients … We have two workshops… Everyday I keep saying to

my staff: we have to satisty our costumers’ desires.”

This last sentence was the key for the story.

Gino Fabbri is not a simplle pastry chef, google his name and you’ll agree with me

So we decided to avoid the usual first or third person narrator: we had to tell Gino’s story, not any

pasrtry’ s story

That was our aim: collecting people’s thoughts while celebrating their own daily and special sweet

life bites.

At the World Pastry Stars 2015 Gino showed the video; at the end, addressing to the audience, he

thanked me publickly, but I think he told a lie when he said it was the first time he watched it.

I was touched, thank you Gino.

The end of the year is for summing up
collecting ideas
it is the time for making proposals for the New Year

At the end of the year there is Christmas
And at Christmas we tell stories to the children
But also to the grown-ups

Think about your story
There are no others like yours
And so tell me

What is your story?

 

 

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