A former reality show contestant will be part of the jury team at her brand new venue, Betular Patisserie.
Damien Betular Everything is ready for the opening of its first patisserie: Betular Patisserie, which will open its doors to the public next Monday, August 29. For this new challenge, the renowned pastry chef decided to summon a ex-participant of reality Bake Off Argentina to work alongside him.
The jury of the culinary contest conducted by Paula Chaves added to his team julia debickiwho was a participant in the first edition of the cycle, in 2018.
On her Instagram account, Julia shared a photo with Betular and pointed out her happiness at being part of birch pastry
“Four years ago we met and I told you how much I wanted to work on your team. Today, four years later, I am pleased and proud that you have chosen me to lead this beautiful team that we form”he pointed.
And added: “I couldn’t be more grateful for the opportunity and the trust you placed in me from day one. Let’s break it, that’s guaranteed! I love you.”
Betular, for its part, shared Julia’s publication and highlighted: “Thank you for agreeing to be in this madness. I love you so much.”
Julia stood out during her time in to bake (in the edition won by Gastón Salas) for his great talent in pastry but also for his life story. The current employee of Betular Patisserie said that she learned pastry when she was 15 years old and suffered from leukemia.
“When I felt bad it was to be in bed, but when I felt good I wanted to do things, so I said ‘well, I’m going to take advantage of this time to take advantage of this’. So I started practicing, I watched all the YouTube videos that exist in the world. And that’s where it started as my love and my passion for this, which today it became my job and what I do every day”The 23-year-old told in an interview.
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Together with loved ones, the also jury of Celebrity MasterChef He did a tasting at the premises located in Villa Devoto, the neighborhood he chose for his venture.
Paula Chaves, la Negra Vernaci, Marley, Humberto Tortonese, Germán Martitegui, Christophe Krywonis, Narda Lepes and Pamela Villar were some of those who attended the inauguration for the press.
The pastry shop will also have a bakery and artisanal chocolate shop option. Also, as the venue will be open from 9am to 8pm for much of the year and 9am to 9pm in the summer, it will include lunch options.
“I want customers to have a unique experience within the premises. That they enjoy the showcase in peace and that they can accompany and advise them while they listen to beautiful music, ”said Betular about his expectations.
Upon consultation of Clarion If he will be present at the venue, Betular said: “Yes! A lot because I’m not recording. I like to come early in the morning. You’re going to see me a lot here.”