007 | Sarah Bruggeman | Pastry Chef

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On today's show, I have my good friend Sarah Bruggeman who is a Pastry Chef at Pangea Kitchen located in Evansville, Indiana.Sarah and I went to high school together and we all knew that Sarah would go on to work in the restaurant industry in some way because she's always had a passion for baking.Sarah talks about how she got started in the restaurant industry and what led her to be a key person to starting and growing Pangea Kitchen to what it is today.Excited for you to tune in and hope you enjoy!

In today’s episode, you'll find out:

  • How Sarah got started as a Pastry Chef.
  • How Sarah was approached by a new restaurant owner to run her own gelateria.
  • How she decided on what school to go to.
  • What her number 1 priority is every day when she goes into work.
  • How she prioritizes her to dos as a pastry chef.
  • One thing that customers do that annoy people in the restaurant industry.
  • The difference between gelato, ice cream, and custard.
  • Where she gets inspiration for creating new pastries.
  • Her favorite and least favorite parts of working in the restaurant industry.
  • Her most stressful moments being a pastry chef.
  • Who her favorite Real Housewife is.
  • Sarah's love of Celine Dion.
  • How to properly order a Vodka Cranberry.

Full show notes at: http://brittneyllynn.com/007

Links mentioned: Sullivan University: https://sullivan.edu/ Pangea Kitchen: https://www.tastepangea.com/ Follow Sarah on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sarahkaleyb18/ Follow Pangea on Facebook & Instagram: https://www.facebook.com/pangeakitchen/ https://www.instagram.com/tastepangea/

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