Sunday, 16 November 2014

Sucre

Goûts d'Yvelines 2014 Versailles Lenôtre
These young men of Lenôtre school were making sugar apples at Goûts d'Yvelines! Fascinating to watch! The whole creation below is made from sugar!

 Ces jeunes gars de l'Ecole Lenôtre confectionnaient des pommes en sucre ! C'était fascinant à regarder, ce sont des artistes ! L'intégralité de la création ci-dessous est en sucre !
Goûts d'Yvelines 2014 Versailles Lenôtre
Goûts d'Yvelines 2014 Versailles Lenôtre

17 comments:

William Kendall said...

I think that's the first I've heard of sugar apples. They look far too tempting.

RedPat said...

Amazing, Ciel! I would never eat these - they are too beautiful.

Randy said...

Love that first shot. I have never heard of these before.

Kate said...

The chefs' toques are also works of art but I think the apples are outstanding!

Jack said...

Why do they do it? Because they can.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I'm guessing the old saying 'an apple a day keeps the doctor away' doesn't apply here Ciel :)

Thérèse said...

Apres le mois du chocolat,voici venu le temps des pommes.
Ces pommes semblent une meilleure alternative aux "Candy apples!"
Quelle chance d'avoir pu voir leur confection.

Stuart said...

As they say in the States, "sweet!" This is amazing work.

llandudnopictures said...

Works of art!

VP said...

Young masters a work! I'd like to try a least a bit of one of these...

Revrunner said...

No one there could ever trust me with a torch. I'm bad enough with a stove top. :-)

Birdman said...

SWEET!

Tahiti Daily Photo said...

Ce sont de vrais artistes ...

Sharon Anck said...

I'm impressed. I never would have guessed those were made from sugar.

Lowell said...

Well, this is interesting. Not a calorie in sight, either! That final creation is quite amazing in itself, but I think it's the hats the "chefs" wear that pulls everything together!

I've never had a head for that sort of thing myself. :)

Dina said...

Beautiful pictures. The hats look like those of a whirling dervish.

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm sure I would enjoy watching the sugar apples being made. Wish I were there!