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In France chocolate has long reached art status. One iconic patissier is called the “Picasso of Pastry” and inventive young confectioners like Perre Hermé are rejuvenating the old art of making chocolate pralines. Now Germany is catching up with its own new generation of pastry chefs whose chocolate pralines use the best ingredients and combine new tastes to produce high quality pralines that are revolutionizing the nation’s sweet tooth.