Recipe development for corporate clients includes Land O’Lakes, Pillsbury, General Mills, Publications International, Smuckers and The National Pork Board. Pat’s develops recipes that are easy, fast and practical for the home cook, keeping consumer’s busy lifestyles in mind.
During her career she has tested hundreds of recipes included in diverse cookbooks including “Breakfast in Cairo, Dinner in Rome” for the International School of MN (winner for the Midwest of the 2000 Tabasco Community Cookbook awards), and “75 and Still Cooking” for Lutheran Brotherhood. She appears regularly on KARE 11 Today (NBC) in the Twin Cities.
She has a degree in Food Research from Purdue University and a master’s degree in Foods from the University of Maryland. She is a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, International Association of Culinary Professionals, and Twin Cities HEIB.
Contact her at www.PatCooksandBakes.com
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