This project was made for the presentation of new chocolate Ruby. The presentation was held in the center of Shanghai for two days. I needed to develop a unique form that would emphasize the unusual, new, bright, unforgettable taste of Ruby chocolate, and create a recipe where the main flavor element was this pink chocolate. The idea was to create a set of elements (cakes) that together would form a single composition. As a result, we got algorithmically modeled cake that consisted of 81 individual cakes, every single was unique in shape. This composition was made using a graphical algorithm editor Grasshopper that can build form generators from the simple to the awe-inspiring. Inspyred by Matthew Shlian we took a pyramid and changed the tilt of each object and the area of each top plane, programming and scripting the set of cakes. All of the cakes are different. It was a very risky project, but it worked well and everything turned out great at the presentation. Inside: mousse with chocolate Ruby and meringue, ganache Ruby. I added a berry confit to the recipe to emphasize the berry flavor of chocolate and add accent. Also the biscuit with Ruby, with raspberries and of course a crispy layer with chocolate and royalty.
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