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Scott Green: From Pastry Shops to Team USA, Plating Tips & More

In this episode, we connect with Pastry Chef Scott Green. Originally a fine art student in Chicago, until a chance night found him watching a documentary of a pastry competition that inspired him to pursue the craft of cooking. As a pastry professional of 15+ years, Green created Devil’s Food Kitchen to document his life as a chef in digital form – the embodiment of how he works, plays, thinks and creates.

In this episode we discuss:

  • Changing gears from fine art to pastry
  • From small pastry shops to running the pastry department at a 400-room resort
  • Teaching at the French Pastry School in Chicago
  • Being a member of Team USA & winning Bronze at the Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie in 2015
  • Inside tips for creating a winning plated dessert
  • Creating and maintaining his popular Devil’s Food Kitchen blog

This episode is sponsored by:

PreGel America: A B2B developer and distributor of high quality, semi-finished dessert ingredients with state-of-the-art International Training Centers in Charlotte, NC; Los Angeles, CA; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Chicago, IL; and Dallas, TX. The PreGel 5-Star Pastry Series®, lectured by world-class pastry chefs, provides superior instruction in specialized pastry arts. Find out more at: https://www.pregeltraining.com/

Savencia Cheese USA: Creator of the revolutionary new Smithfield Pourable Cream Cheese. Created for chefs, by chefs, the pourable cream cheese eliminates the need to heat, bring to room temperature or paddle and is made with all-natural ingredients, no additives or fillers and whips beautifully to save you time. It’s time to rethink cream cheese. Find out more at: https://savenciafoodserviceusa.com/

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