Find your cullinary voice

Jenny McCoy

Jenny McCoy is a Chef Instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education.Co-Chair, Center for Advanced Pastry Studies (CAPS),
Pastry & Baking Arts Chef-Instructor

Jenny McCoy attended the Pastry and Baking Program Chicago’s Kendall College when she was just 17.  After graduating from culinary school, she pursued a degree in food writing at DePaul University. She then worked for Emeril Lagasse, at Delmonico, in his test kitchens, wrote for his blog, and helped develop ideas for his television shows.

After her time working with Emeril, Jenny worked alongside another celebrity chef, Missy Robbins at A Voce, creating recipes and teaching her staff how to make them. While at A Voce, Jenny discovered her love for teaching and reached out to ICE to begin teaching recreational classes.  Additionally, Jenny serves as the Co-Chair of ICE's Center for Advanced Pastry Studies (CAPS) program. In 2013, Jenny's first cookbook was published, entitled Desserts for Every Season

In 2014 Jenny began a series of posts on cookbook writing for the ICE blog. To read them, click here.

Learn more about Chef Jenny:

Meet Chef Jenny
Recipe: Panna Cotta with Fresh Blood Oranges

Recipe: Panettone

Recipe: Pumpkin Pound Cake

Recipe: Hand-Pulled Apple Streudel

Classes with Chef Jenny

VIDEO: Watch Chef Jenny prepare pink palmiers - perfect for Valentine's Day!
VIDEO: Chef Jenny shows you how to craft a confetti-covered celebration cake