SAN FRANCISCO Yoshi’s, welcomed the opportunity and additional work when her responsibilities expanded to include the dessert menu at the Japanese restaurant’s sister location in Oakland, Calif. —Suzanne LaFleur, executive pastry chef at “As long as I’m continually challenged, I’ll do whatever,” she said. “I love having a job, and I’m glad I’m not out trying to find a job in pastry. I’ve never seen it like this.” ...

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