The May 12 issue of The New York Times ran a nice profile of The White House’s pastry chef, Bill Yosses. 
 It wasn’t a news story — Yosses has been at the White House since the Bush administration — but it painted a picture of a man who responded with alacrity to first lady Michelle Obama’s declaration that desserts at family meals would be an occasional treat rather than the norm. Some parts of that picture, however, gave me reason to pause.
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