CAFE Talks Podcast

Apr 10, 2021, 4:42
CAFÉ Talks Ep. 18 – A Pastry Chefs Last Impression

CAFÉ Talks Ep. 18 – A Pastry Chefs Last Impression

Susan Notter, Pastry Educator

A touch of chocolate, the crunch of a tuile cookie, some fresh fruit, crème anglaise on the plate, and a quenelle of mocha gelato – this is an incredible end to a memorable meal. The role of the pastry chef is to create these memories, to solidify the guest experience and to keep them wanting more. Whether it is a flaky croissant, a fresh fruit Bavarian, beautiful chocolate truffles, fondant coated petite fours glace, or an amazing centerpiece of pulled and blown sugar – the pastry chef is the conductor and the orchestra of the dining experience. Join us for a lively discussion about lasting impressions with pastry chef Susan Notter – a world-class competitor, pastry artist, and teacher as she walks us through the role of pastry chefs in the modern food experience.