Wedding Band Weekend Spotlight: Konditor Meister

Konditor Meister is an exquisite bakery on the South Shore that pays homage to the European traditions of pastry arts and caters to those who desire only the finest and most beautifully designed cakes and pastries for every occasion. The success of Konditor Meister originates with chef and owner Günther Mösinger, whose superb talent and training has brought a sweet taste of Europe to New England.

“Konditor” is a noun derived from Germany, meaning confectioner or pastry cook. “Meister”, also originating in Germany, means a person of great skill or authority in a particular field.

Konditor Meister Günther Mösinger is a creative and passionate pastry chef with experience and education in a broad range of specialty baking, and he knew from an early age that his career would take a culinary path. He was born in the beautiful historic town of Freiburg in the Black Forest. He loved to bake with his mother, trying out many family recipes especially during Christmas time and other Holidays. At 14 years of age, Günther started his education to become a Konditor Meister. After seven years of schooling and practice in the finest Hotels and Cafes in Freiburg, he earned his title. Fast forward to the 1980’s, Günther set up shop in the South Shore, starting in Quincy and eventually moving to a bigger location in Braintree. To this day, he continues to impress old and new customers with new creations and flavors that are customized for their occasion. Over the years, the Strawberry Grand Marnier cake was established as Konditor Meister’s signature cake, with the chocolate dipped strawberries.

Konditor Meister has been nationally recognized by the Today Show and made Best of Boston and Best of the Knot in New England. Visit our Wedding Band Weekend taking place at Long’s in Burlington Friday, Saturday and Sunday March 21, 22 & 23, 2014 where Konditor Meister will be offering a chance to win $500 towards your wedding cake. Now, isn’t that sweet!

View the Konditor Meister Cake Gallery