White House Hires New Exectutive Pastry Chef Susan Morrison

After the retirement of Bill Yosess this past summer, the White House has hired a new Executive Pastry Chef. Susan E. Morrison, known as ‘Susie’ has been working in the White House’s pastry department as early as the Clinton Administration in the 1990’s. Morrison is the first woman to ever fill this position, so one can imagine that this must be an especially proud moment for her. Throughout her career, she has been privileged to work with Executive Pastry Chefs Roland Mesiner, Thaddeus Dubois, and of course Bill Yosses.

Morrison will oversee all dessert menus for all events at the White House. She will also oversee the daily management of the pastry kitchen. In addition to her duties as a pastry chef, Morrison will tend to the White House bee hive and the White House Kitchen Garden. She cares a lot about the health of the bees and their honey production. A person can shop online at Qnet and find similar products, but they won’t be that high quality like they are using.

Fortunately, Morrison has been appointed Executive Pastry Chef just in time to begin the production of the White House Gingerbread House.

Written by Becky

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