2009 Houston Culinary Awards -Vote Katie Leggett!
A Pastry Chef at Thierry Andre Tellier’s self-titled Andre’s Pastry Shop and Cafe, our very-own Katie Leggett has been wowing Houston foodies and the finicky River Oaks crowd with her sweet creations for quite some time now.
From assorted French pastries, fruit tarts, and pies, all the way to the most complex types of cakes, this ninja can attest that her creations at Andre’s make up the BEST that Houston has to offer when it comes to pacifying the sweet tooth and I mean that.
The experience in both taste and presentation when trying Katie Leggett’s concoctions versus any other is akin to a Wine Taster trying a 1959 Chateau Lafite for the first time while he’s been used to previously drinking the infamous pink Beringer Zinfandel all along. Truly an eye opening experience.
My Table, Houston’s Dining Magazine, recently opened up voting for the 2009 Houston Culinary Awards. This year, Katie has the distinguished honor of being a finalist in the category of Pastry Chef of the Year. Due in no small part to the cheesecake she brought over that one time, DNC Worldwide is pledging our support for Katie Leggett as Houston’s 2009 Pastry Chef of the Year. Please do your part and VOTE NOW!
About Andre’s Pastry Shop and Cafe: Our café & pastry shop has been creating fantastic and award-winning pastries for years. A recipient of numerous awards and accolades, we continually strive for perfection to bring the best quality and flavor to our creations for every customer. Our true passion for this art extends to all our staff, whose constant goal is crafting fantastic pastries with amazing design and flavor. Whether a simple chocolate to your dream wedding cake, we hope to pass along our enthusiasm for fresh food with great ingredients. Our entire culinary team will strive to make your dining experience or special event a true success.
About My Table Magazine: From soup to souffle, My Table covers local food and wine via a highly specialized magazine devoted to the pleasures of dining out in the greater Houston area. Each issue offers readers the most complete information on the restaurants, chefs, shops, foods, trends, caterers, festivals and personalities that make up the city’s lively culinary scene. – Teresa Byrne-Dodgem, Editor & Publisher