Pastry chef, food writer, television personality, and cookbook author Klancy Miller has entered the culinary landscape with formidable skill and grace. She had no idea that the food world was where her passions would be realized. But, after college, Klancy went to Paris to the Le Cordon Bleu Cooking School where a whole new world opened in an almost magical way. Coming up you'll hear what it was like to cook, live, and study in France, what it means to work in a Michelin-starred restaurant as the only woman on the pastry line, how cool it is to cook for yourself and then to write a book about it ("Cooking Solo: The Fun of Cooking for Yourself"), and about a remarkable new project called "For the Culture", a glossy magazine featuring remarkable Black women in the world of food, wine and hospitality. Klancy shares her story with author and chef Rozanne Gold.