Growing up in Ohio, Bill Yosses was a lucky kid. His mother's specialty was making delicious pies, cakes and other desserts. Baking would become his passion as well. After earning degrees in both hotel management and French he became a pastry chef at top New York restaurants. In 2007, during the Bush administration, he was named executive pastry chef at the White House, a job he held for seven years into the second term of the Obama administration. Now, he's joined another venerable institution as executive pastry chef at New York's legendary Four Seasons restaurant.