Japanese chef Ryutaro Shiomi crowned 13th world champion of French meat pie

Japanese chef ryutaro shiomi crowned 13th world champion of french meat pie

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Japanese chef Ryutaro Shiomi crowned 13th world champion of French meat pie” – below is their description.

Ryutaro Shiomi charmed judges with the perfect filling and pastry at the 13th world championship of pâté en croûte in Lyon on December 5, 2022. Shiomi is the fifth Japanese chef to win the annual contest.

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