Job Description for an Executive Pastry Chef?

Answer An executive pastry chef is responsible for overseeing the entire production of pastries, breads, sweets, ice cream, fillings and toppings, including their design, creation, execution and presentat... Read More »

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Where can I learn more about becoming a Pastry Chef?

Your local library should have a computer database just search the subject, be a little broad (search chefs, cookery, patisserie, cakes), do the same in internet search engines. Ask your school's ... Read More »

How long does it take to become a pastry chef?

On One Hand: Greater Employment OpportuntiesA pastry chef who obtains a four-year bachelor's degree or a a two-year associate degree from a culinary arts school in baking and pastry arts will find ... Read More »

Requirements to Become a Pastry Chef?

A pastry chef, also called a Pâtissier, displays an artful talent of culinary craftsmanship by creating elegant, attractive and tasteful pastries. These chefs must fulfill certain requirements tha... Read More »

How Much Can You Make Being a Pastry Chef?

Pastry chefs make on average about $40,000 a year--although salary can vary depending on one's experience level and where the restaurant is. The wages are based on working at a full-service restaur... Read More »