Senator Joel Anderson Recognizes Culinary Achievement

28 Jan

In an industry where much of the work is behind the scenes, it is always an honor to be publicly recognized for a job well done. Students of the culinary arts class at Chaparral High School recently found out how gratifying that could be. California State Senator Joel Anderson presented the students with a certificate for their hard work in providing a very professional, visually appealing, and tasty assortment of holiday refreshments for his holiday open house that was held December 11, 2011 at the Ronald Reagan Community Center in El Cajon, CA.

A sample of the certificate:

The students worked for a whole week to produce a variety of holiday themed desserts that included creme puffs, Swiss Jelly Roll, hand-dipped chocolate truffles, and a Croquembouche that were no doubt enjoyed by all in attendance. The event also included treats from the culinary arts programs at El Cajon Vally High School and Granite Hills High School along with various other culinary programs in the community. You can find a link to the photo gallery below.

We are very honored by this recognition and we look forward to once again showcasing the skills and talents of our young culinarians. Well done students!

Senator Anderson’s Open House Gallery

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