Chef Bill Yosses, author, former White House pastry chef and now co-host of Hulu’s new series, “Baker’s Dozen” alongside Tamera Mowry-Housley, recently visited Walt Disney World to celebrate 50 yearsth Birthday.
As he was a renowned chef, his first stop had to be EPCOT to experience Remy’s Ratatouille adventure. After joining Chef Remy in a daring culinary caper, I asked Chef Yosses for his reaction to this new attraction. “Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is as close as possible to being a real mouse and chef. It feels like you’re a character in the movie. ”
Then we went to Le Creperie de Paris to try the Ratatouille Galette, which, she explained, “is made with buckwheat!” before having a bite to eat. “Delicious,” he proclaimed, “I’m putting this on my menu right now! “I don’t think you can get more recognition when you come from a former White House chef.
We meandered through the beautiful pavilion of France admiring all the wonderful showcases before parting. Chef Yosses ’next stop was The Living Seas with Nemo & Friends to see the aquarium. Chef i people enthusiastic about maritime life! At the end of the weekend, after Chef Yosses visited the four parks, I asked myself the last thoughts. “The Walt Disney World 50th The anniversary celebration shows the park’s innovation, “he said.” Newer technology and creative ideas are popping up everywhere. Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios and Epcot seem to be continually reinventing themselves. “
To see more of Chef Bill Yosses, you can catch him on “Baker’s Dozen,” now streaming on Hulu. Like Chef Remy’s guiding motto, “Anyone Can Cook,” Hulu’s “Bakzen Dozen” invites passionate amateur bakers to compete with experienced professionals in a series of competitions to see which of the 13 bakers has what it takes to create the next viral cooking sensation, win the gold roller and win a cash prize.