Paulette Goto Bio, Net Worth, Birthday & Age
Who is Paulette Goto?
Paulette Goto left Utah (“No, I’m not a Mormon, yes I ski, and yes I watch Big Love—and yes that’s what life is like in Utah”), to pursue her dream of becoming a pastry chef. Once in New York City, she attended the French Culinary Institute, and upon graduation, landed a job at Le Cirque, where she met her husband, Ken. (He was the pastry sous chef, and then he left to co-launch Jacques Torres Chocolate.) Goto, who still makes cakes on a freelance basis, is a stay-at-home mom, raising their 6-year-old daughter. She has also started writing a blog, sugarlovingfashionista.blogspot.com. “It’s my take on food, fashion, pop culture, and being a mom,” she says—and as you can see from her TCQ&A, she’s quite fun to read.
Paulette Martin Goto was born on August 22, 1972 in Sunnyvale, California. When she was 2 years old, her mother packed her along with her younger sister and older brother, drove to Salt Lake City, Utah and never looked back. No, they’re not Mormons. Paulette’s mother, single and raising three children in welfare, often left them to fend for themselves. In one of these mornings, Paulette discovered her love of cooking. When she found out there was no bread to make toast, she cooked it herself. She was eight years old. A case of crazy love and no barriers to cooking has settled. In high school, she was making lollipops and selling them out of her closet. Suddenly, she was an entrepreneur.
At the age of 16, Paulette moved in with family friends who further fed her culinary and culinary obsession. She learned how to bake and decorate cakes and ended up becoming the high school girl for cakes. She even made a cake modeled in a cell for a biology task. It was during those years that I realized how something as humble as a cake made people excessively happy. And Paulette is disappointed to make people too happy.
After graduating from high school, she packed her bags, including the Kitchen Aid mixer she received as a high school graduation present, and went to the east Coast to work as a babysitter. The cake didn’t stop, though.
Actually, he turned into a snowball. She made a cake for anyone who walked in her frozen way. Among them were some babysitters from South Africa who persuaded her to give her country a chance. So she did. She got a job as a waitress at a modern suburban restaurant in Johannesburg. It wasn’t long before she found her way into the kitchen, where she made “treats”-chocolate bars with peanuts, chocolate biscuits, peach cobbler, raspberry/almond cake and Sacher pie-for her coworkers. Review. The owners liked it so much, they put everyone on the menu. To keep away your beloved puddings, it was the greatest compliment a South African could give to a girl.
After a stimulating year, Paulette returned to new York city and enrolled in the Pastry Arts program at the school of her dreams, French Culinary Institute. While there she won the award for Excellence Andre Soltner, graduated at the top of her class and after graduation was offered a job at the world famous Le Cirque. While working alongside Jacques Torres, Paulette accomplished more than just perfecting her pastry skills… it was there that she met and fell in love with her husband, Le Cirque’s sous chef, Ken Goto. They married at Le Cirque in 2002 and enjoyed marital bliss ever since. Real story.
Paulette loved Le Cirque, but she had her heart set on baking. So she got an internship with the cake-decorating goddess, Colette Peters. A dream come true. Colette generously taught Paulette the ropes, which allowed her to develop her own style of decorating cakes. Working with Colette during the day and presiding over the Gap’s stock at night to earn a salary, Paulette was in heaven.
In 2001, Paulette left Colette to help her then boyfriend, Goto, open Jacques Torres chocolates. She did everything from construction, accounting and retail sales to making her own chocolate. After the company was able to hire outside employees, she turned her talents into helping to open a bakery in the West Village (the now-defunct Polka Dot Bakery), where she supervised special cakes. Several were published in Brides magazine. Another dream come true.
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Birthday & Age
How old is Paulette Goto?
46 Years Old, born on born on August 22, 1972
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