COOK-OFF: CHHS sophomores win culinary challenge

first_img Published 8:59 pm Wednesday, March 14, 2018 Latest Stories Book Nook to reopen Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits “I appreciate all of the hard work you guys have put into this event,” Kelly said. “The dishes have been amazing and I’ve tasted them all. I’m proud of you and the accomplishments of the Culinary Arts Academy.”Jaleigh and Rayvion, who competed as Team Culinary Divas, said they were surprised when their recipe was chosen. Even, though they thought their Tuscan chicken was delicious and even though the judges came back for “one more piece,” the Culinary Divas knew the competition was tough.“All the teams had good food and everybody worked hard,” Jaleigh said. “I thought ours was good enough to win but it was up to the judges.”Rayvion agreed all the food was good and well presented but she leaned toward “the Tuscan chicken.” Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Sponsored Content The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… By Jaine Treadwell Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Skip Email the author Troy City Schools culinary students competed Tuesday for the first time in Cooking up Change, a culinary competition that gives students an opportunity to have a voice in the national dialogue about school food.  The competition was held at Trojan Arena.Seven teams of Charles Henderson High School culinary students competed.Team Culinary Divas, Jaleigh Owens and Rayvion Williams, took first place honors and qualified to compete in the Cooking Up Change National Finals in Washington D.C. in April. Troy City Schools’ culinary students competed in Cooking up Change, a national program that challenges students to create healthy, great-tasting meals and gives them a voice in school service foods. Top: Winners are pictured from left, Tanaya Tillis and Jakari Thomas, second place; Jaleigh Owens and Rayvion Williams, first place; and Hannah Huner and Makayla Culpepper, third place. Troy United:Popular new soccer club sees immediate success The Troy United Football Club is in its early stages, but coaches Kenneth Green and Adam Drinkwater hope it will… read more Team All Fired Up, Jakari Thomas and Tanaya Tillis, claimed second place with their chicken and cheese quesadillas with sides of mashed potatoes with peas and applesauce with dried cranberries. The Spice Girls, Makayla Culpepper and Hannah Huner, were in third place with BBQ chicken, garlic Parmesan baked fries and peaches with yogurt. CHHS Principal Brock Kelly congratulated Paula Shute, culinary instructor, and the culinary students for a job well done. COOK-OFF: CHHS sophomores win culinary challenge Print Article You Might Like The Culinary Divas are looking forward to competing on the national level in the nation’s capitol, however, they are anxious to know how their Tuscan chicken will be received by the students in Troy City Schools.Shute said before Jaleigh and Rayvion compete in the Cooking up Change National Finals, their recipe would first be served to the students in the Troy City Schools.“That’s when we’ll really known if it’s good or not,” the young cooks said laughing.Shute said Cooking for Change challenges high school culinary students to create nutritious, great-tasting meals that meet the real-life requirements of the national school meal program.“Cooking up Change serves up life-changing opportunities, helps students realize their own potential and gives students a voice in what meals are served in our schools,” Shute said. “Our students looked forward to taking on the challenge to create a delicious, nutritious school lunch that their peers will enjoy. 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