Former White House Pastry Chef Shares Experience Of Baking For World Leaders

Former white house pastry chef shares experience of baking for world leaders

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NBC’s Gary Grumbach sat down with a former White House pastry chef, who has baked for the Pope, late Queen Elizabeth II, and even two former U.S. presidents, to learn more about the art of baking as the country celebrates National Pastry Day.

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