Chef Scott Green, 2015 Bronze Medal Winner with the U.S. Team at the Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie, has an impressive resumé as well as an infectious attitude about his profession. Currently, he is keeping busy as the Executive Pastry Chef at The Langham, Chicago and Travelle, a seasonal American restaurant located on the … Continue reading Scott Green
Chef Josh Johnson has been at the ovens most of his life and has been training with world-renowned chefs ever since. Positions at the Ritz-Carlton Chicago, Ambrosia, Everest, and owning his own shop Cocoa Bean Fine Desserts, have taught him that the sky is the limit for those with ambition and perseverance.
Few have experienced the thrill of competing in the Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie. Chef John Kraus, esteemed pastry chef and team captain of the 2015 Bronze Medal U.S. Pastry Team, gave us some insight into what the life- changing event was like.
When Kelly Rudnicki, a mother of four discovered her second child John, had severe food allergies, she wasn’t going to sit on the sidelines and let him miss out on all the tasty treats this world has to offer. She was going to do something about it!
In 2006 he built the world’s tallest sugar sky scraper at a Food Network competition. In 2007 he was named Pastry Chef of the Year. He was most recently awarded the Most Influential Pastry Chef by the Black Culinary Association. He is… the most interesting pastry chef in the world.