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Taiwanese pastry chef wins 2010 master baker competition
Taipei, March 10 (CNA) Taiwanese pastry chef Wu Pao-chun won the title of Master Baker in the bread category of the 2010 Bakery World Cup in Paris Wednesday.

In the competition, Wu was required to bake within eight hours at bread such as baguettes and sandwich loaves and one typical of his country, said Wu's sponsor Huang Min-chung who is the owner of Hogan Bakery Shop in Taipei.

The bread that Wu made as typical of Taiwan contained ingredients such as Taiwanese millet wine, dried lichi and roses.

Wu was the last one to perform his skills but he won the top prize in the competition, said Huang, who accompanied Wu to Paris.

According to Coupe Louise Lesaffre, the organizer of the baking competition, 24 candidates from 17 countries competed for the Bakery Masters competition, which was held March 6-10.

Candidates performed individually in their own specialist category -- bread, Viennese pastries and artistic piece. Wu competedin the bread category.

The Bakery Masters is a new competition this year and drew its competitors from those who took part in either the Louis Lesaffre Cupor the Coupe du Monde de la Boulangerie (Bakery World Cup).

In 2008, Wu and two other Taiwanese bakers won second place in the Bakery World Cup.

(By Chen Shun-hsieh and Fanny Liu)ENDITEM/ pc

 
Taiwanese pastry chef wins 2010 master baker competition Taipei, March 10 (CNA) Taiwanese pastry chef Wu Pao-chun won the title of Master Baker in the bread category of the 2010 Bakery World Cup in Paris Wednesday.
 
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