3 results for tag: Culinary Arts


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D211 Post: Palatine Students Win Cooking Competition

Students enrolled in the culinary arts program at Palatine High School won the first Camos and Cooks competition hosted by Illinois Army National Guard Recruiting and Retention Command’s Delta Herd at Harper College Oct. 18.  The students competed against teams from Harper as well as the Illinois Army National Guard.             Senior Patti Dabrowska, the team captain, said the competition, which required the competitors to create a main course, dessert, and beverage using military Meals Ready to Eat (MRE) as the main ingredient, was a lot of pressure.     &...

D211 Post: Palatine Culinary Arts Students Cook with Unique Ingredients

                              Students in Palatine High School’s culinary arts class had the opportunity to create unique meals during class Oct. 5.  The students practiced for a competition called Cammo and Cooks where cooks are challenged to create meals using various pieces of military Meals Ready to Eat or MREs.             Sgt. 1st Class Matthew Serowka, an Illinois Army National Guard recruiter, brought the MREs the students used.  He said it was interesting to see what the students came up ...

D211 Post: Conant High School Unveils New Culinary Arts Kitchen

                                     The Family and Consumer Science Department at James B. Conant High School unveiled their new culinary arts kitchen Sept. 19.  The new classroom expands the abilities of the culinary arts programs at the school.             “We’ve moved from a home economics kitchen to a bit more modern culinary arts room,” said Angela Drenth, the F.C.S. department chair.             The new classroom ...