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Culinary Contest

Culinary Contest
Catalina Hernandez Ariana Baeza Carlos Hernandez Lindsey Startz Andrew Olguin Hannah Ortiz Destiny Demoss Hannah Pietka Ana Villarreal Mary Garza Karen Lopez Christian Wood Corinne Pawlik Juliana Castor Meagan Svacina Natalie Marek FISD Superintendent Jerry Hunkapiller

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The annual Floresville Kids’ Culinary Cooking Contest was held on March 8 at North Elementary. The 16 contestants were fourth- and fifth-graders from both North and South Elementary.

The contestants were invited to supply a kid-friendly healthy afternoon snack. The students prepared their recipes for 50 samples for parents and friends and one plate to display.

They were judged on three criteria: Healthiest Choice, Kid Friendly, and Plate Presentation. All the children received a chef coat, chef hat, medal, and certificate.

Each of the winners in the above criteria also received an additional gift bag from Ace Mart. This bag included a cake pan, decorating tips, decoration icing, bowl scrapers, and measuring cups.

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