As the holiday season begins, the White House has named a new executive pastry chef, the person responsible for all things dessert at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Susan E. “Susie” Morrison is the seventh person, and first woman, to serve in the role. She's been assistant pastry chef since 2002, and will replace Bill Yosses, who left in June after seven years in the presidential kitchens. The White House said Morrison was too busy for an interview, but Yosses, now director of the culinary lab at ChopChop, a nonprofit quarterly food magazine for kids, agreed to speak.
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