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Born and raised in the Bronx, Pastry Chef Shaun Velez graduated from the French Culinary Institute, now known as the Institute of Culinary Education, in 2008. Following his studies, he established his career in the award-winning kitchens of Chef Dani... more
Dee Frances is the voice and creator behind the baking blog One Sarcastic Baker, where she shares sweet baking recipes and different information about baking and baking science. more
Chef Amado began his foray into the culinary world at the age of 16, selling churros in the streets of Guadalajara, Mexico. As a young man he made the move to the U.S. to pursue an education in culinary arts. In 1992 he graduated from Grand Rapids Co... more
The podcast featuring Matthew James Duffy was full of helpful hints and suggestions that will help me be a better home/cottage baker. Thanks!
Great guests and concept, but Tish is extremely boring and the audio and editing needs a lot of work. I would like to hear more of a conversation and less QA format. There’s a higher standard with podcasts now, and I’d like to see them put more effort into it. LOVE the magazine, podcast not so much.
Love listening to these interviews, which are as entertaining as they are informative -- thank you, Tish, for your focus on the pastry industry. I've followed Tish's work since her days at Chocolatier, and am a huge fan. I particularly like the Podcast's unique role in providing an opportunity to some of the superstars in the field to open up about their lives, their careers and to offer some advice to those starting out. Would love to hear more interviews with chocolatiers!!! ;-)
Great concept. Great guests. It’s really nice to hear from successful professionals in the industry. It’s really motivating. But Tish could not be more boring with her responses and monotone voice. I wish she would do more than just ask a question, make a noise then move on to the next. It would be nice if she showed a little enthusiasm and excitement to hear from these guests. Maybe even more humor.
I'm a high school student. I want to get into pastry as a career, is it worth it?
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Pastry Arts Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 40 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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