Natasha's Mulberry & Mott has launched their new website, http://www.natashasmulberryandmott.com
The mother/daughter team of Vicki and Natasha Goellner, opened their first patisserie in Kansas City, Missouri in 2005 and moved across the state line to charming Mission Farms, Leawood, Kansas in November 2008. Executive Chef Natasha Goellner received her Grand Diploma in Pastry Arts, from the French Culinary Institute (2004), in SoHo, New York City, and she currently serves as an ambassador for the FCI. With her background in fine art, and her training in New York, every cake and pastry is a masterpiece of culinary art. Her travels to Europe and appreciation of beautiful gardens, fashion, and European pastry shops inspires her to create one-of-a-kind delicacies. Natasha has been written about in numerous magazines including KC Magazines "One of the thirteen people to watch in Kansas City." She has also been on TV and radio, and was one of the artists featured in KCPT's 5-part television series, Uniquely Kansas City.
Alongside Natasha and Vicki in the pastry kitchen is Clare Lapping, another FCI (2008) alum, whose french oh ho's, marzipan figures, and Alice's "eat me" cookies have become customer favorites. Heather Rayburn is our front of the house manager as well as baking alongside theFCI alums, and you can see her artistry in all the handcrafted tags and labels she makes for Mulberry & Mott. Sadly, Caylin, our youngest chef, is leaving for college in the fall after 3 years of working at Natasha's. Margaret and our baristas hold down the front of the patisserie so the chefs can make magic in the kitchen. Our carefully selected staff prepare desserts, and pastries daily, and the menu is seasonal so it changes all the time and at the whim of the chefs.