pastry cook


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Noun1.pastry cook - a chef who specializes in pastrypastry cook - a chef who specializes in pastry  
chef - a professional cook
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pastry cook

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In the Rue de Seine he met Planchet, who had stopped before the house of a pastry cook, and was contemplating with ecstasy a cake of the most appetizing appearance.
David was a high-ranking officer in the Royal Army Service Corps during the Second World War and later worked as a pastry cook and confectioner.
She has also served as a sous pastry chef at Bluebird Bakery in Washington, a baker at La Cuchara in Baltimore, a pastry chef at The Baltimore Cakery, a pastry cook at Le Diplomate in Washington, a cook at Bon Appetit in Baltimore and a pastry cook at 42 Degrees Catering in Rockville.
Writer Pen says: "One cake followed the Dickens family to Genoa, where a Swiss pastry cook repaired a chip in its highly decorative frosting and displayed it in his window for the townsfolk to admire."
Baking was always my favorite but I knew that becoming a pastry cook was not realistic since I loved making a mess in the kitchen and couldn't follow a recipe.
My mother was employed as a pastry cook in the well known Cloth Market Cafe.
He began his career as pastry cook in 2007 at the Taberna Del Alabardero, a fine dining Spanish restaurant based in Sevilla Spain.
Eleven Dover Downs Hotel & Casino employees who held positions such as Line Attendant, Line Cook, Lead Line Cook and Pastry Cook will graduate from the program.
My friend Sylvia, probably the best pastry cook in the world, suggested that I visit a little fish taverna based in Aglandjia that had escaped my notice where she claimed the fish meze would impress.
In 1909 Rudyard Kipling, while in Grangetown visiting his cousin Bert, a pastry cook with Bruton's the baker (he'd go on to start his own business) was taken across to Seven Oaks Park (The Tan) to see the town's biggest and best pitch and toss school.
He was a trained pastry cook but was working as a labourer when he killed Meagher.
One of four children - she has a non-identical twin sister, Jody, an artist brother, Paul, 40, and an older sister, Elizabeth, 42 - she grew up in Norfolk with her mother, Christine, who worked for a local newspaper group and her father, Ian, a pastry cook.