His "pâté-croûte with foie gras and duck blood challandais" seduced the taste buds of the jury. Japan's Osamu Tsukamoto, head of the Cerulean Tower in Tokyo, Japan, won Monday's 11th edition of the World Dough Championship.
The final of the competition took place this year at Selcius, in the 2nd district of Lyon. For over 4 hours, the jury tasted the pies of the 13 finalists who had prepared their dish upstream.
A Lyon chef was also rewarded by the jury of Michelin-starred chefs, best French workers, artisans and food journalists. Martin Vey, from the "Aux 2 des Monts" pastry shop, in Collonges-au-Mont-d'Or, received the Mumm Brotherhood award for "Bordeaux pâté-croûte" from Timut pepper.