MITT's budding culinary artists dish out delish

January 16, 2018

Students in Culinary Arts and Design were put through the paces as chef, apprentice, and dishwasher last week during their three-day, Three Course Meal Practical Exam. Led on Wednesday by instructor, Chef Curtis Bayne, with guest judge, Chef Jason Flood, who is chef at the Qualico Family Centre (Assiniboine Park), closely observing student techniques and asking them about their food and process along the way, the student chefs and their apprentices had 3.75 hours to design, prepare, and plate a three-course meal using an assigned protein (in this case, pork) and all home made ingredients.

Grace Leduc, Dean of Trades and Human Services and Principal of MITT High School, joined Chef Flood in judging the taste and presentation of the final products.

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