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September 19, 2018

Passing The ‘Taste Test:’ CiTi Students Serve Breakfast To Counselors


Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts program at the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation recently showcased their skills to make breakfast for area school counselors.

CiTi Culinary Arts students Gwen Ives (Sandy Creek), Hunter Gable (Sandy Creek), Andy Youmans (Pulaski) and Nick Ostrander (Fulton) work side-by-side to make omelets, scrambled eggs, bacon, hash browns and breakfast sandwiches for school counselors.

CiTi Culinary Arts students Gwen Ives (Sandy Creek), Hunter Gable (Sandy Creek), Andy Youmans (Pulaski) and Nick Ostrander (Fulton) work side-by-side to make omelets, scrambled eggs, bacon, hash browns and breakfast sandwiches for school counselors.

The buffet-style menu included omelets, scrambled eggs, French toast, bacon, hash browns, breakfast sandwiches and other treats.

First- and second-year Culinary Arts students worked as a team to prepare the meals, clean dishes and ensure that the breakfast ran smoothly from start to finish.

After serving nearly two dozen meals to the counselors and other Career and Technical Education staff members, the students received the ultimate compliment when several people lined up for a second helping.

“It’s always a good thing to have people come back for seconds,” said Culinary Arts assistant Samuel Passer. “I think it went very well today. It was a good learning experience for the kids.”

For more information about the Culinary Arts program or the other student programs available at CiTi, visit www.CiTiboces.org.

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