Debbie Meyers and Scott Eschelbach, co-owners of Sweet and Savory, opened their shop in the fall of 2002, choosing the Village of Oxford in Northern Oakland County for it's small-town friendly feel.
They each bring twenty-plus years of experience to their craft and still keep up to date with designs, style and taste.
Debbie returned to her native Michigan, after studying and working in the pastry arts field for twelve years in California's Bay Area. She started her career under the guidance of Alice Medrich at the renowned Cocolat, the Bay Area's best-ever pastry shop. After years as a pastry chef in many fine restaurants and bakeries, she now expresses her unyielding passion for all that's culinary in her wedding and specialty cake designs.
Scott's educational journey began with the culinary program at OCC/Orchard Ridge Campus. He soon found himself in the throws of many a "hell's kitchen" until he met his mentor, Yvonne Uhlianuk. His eyes were opened to how it could be and that road led him to the pastry arts. He uses his artistic eye to create amazing specialty cakes and pastries, with a slant toward the outrageous in skill and presentation.
Best Place To Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth, 2004
Best Dessert, 2006
Debbie Meyers is often featured in Metro Detroit's Bride Home