Culinary students cook cakes

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Culinary students cook cakes

Culinary students compete to see who can make the best  cake.

Culinary students compete to see who can make the best cake.

Culinary students compete to see who can make the best cake.

Culinary students compete to see who can make the best cake.

Brittney Bombard, Writer

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Red velvet, chocolate, or vanilla. Recently Chef Long’s culinary class took part in a two day class competition as to who could make the best cake judged both by taste and presentation. The prize was extra credit. According to Chef Long, overall twenty cakes were made throughout the two day competition. He said the students were motivated. “The best part was how well the students did and how hard they competed against each other. The cakes were so well done it was very hard to judge. I had to enlist three other judges to help,” said Chef Long.

In the past culinary students have cooked appetizers, entrees, and desserts for the school’s literary dinner, as well as participating in a competition as to who could carve the best pumpkin and who could carve the best looking swans out of apples.

Students even have an opportunity to learn how to cook outside of school with the culinary club.  The culinary club meets after school every Thursday at 1:45 in room 170, Chef Long’s room. “Culinary gives me an opportunity to learn many new things,” said sophomore Mallary Kulak. “Cooking is something I’ll need to know how to do eventually so it really helps. I also enjoy the class a lot.”

 

 

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