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Dusty Sullivan of Benedict's Catering: Pie Social Celebrity Bakers 2015

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Forks up, Phoenix! Chow Bella and Roosevelt Row present the sixth annual Pie Social at 2 on Saturday, November 21, at the Bioscience High School at 512 East Pierce Street in Phoenix. We've got an all-star lineup of bakers making pies for you to taste, and from now till Pie Social, we'll introduce them to you, one by one, through pie charts designed by each chef to capture his or her persona as a baker.

Today: Dusty Sullivan of Benedict's Catering

Born and raised in Waco, Texas, Dusty Sullivan moved to Arizona nine years ago. After working odd jobs around the Valley, he discovered an interest in baking and decided to purse his passion by studying pastry at Le Cordon Bleu. After working for an Arizona-based chain for five years, he landed a job at Benedict's Catering and Events as head pastry chef. When cheering on the Arizona Cardinals or spending time with his 20 nieces and nephews, Sullivan enjoys traveling with his fiancée. 

Meet the other Pie Social celebrity chefs: 

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