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Culinary Arts team gets sweet victory


Culinary Arts team gets sweet victory
Floresville High School Culinary Arts students (l-r) Desiree Garza and Veronica Mayorga, teacher Lauren Tharp, and student Gabby Luna get a taste of sweet victory Jan. 23 at the Texas Association of Hospitality Educators Regional Cupcake Battle in San Antonio.


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Floresville High School Culinary Arts students Gabby Luna, Victoria Mayorga, and Desiree Garza traveled to San Antonio on Jan. 23 to participate in the Texas Association of Hospitality Educators Regional Cupcake Battle. Sixteen schools participated with a total of 48 culinary students in the competition. Three students from each school competed for the top three overall awards, along with five separate specialty awards, including Best Cake, Best Frosting, Most Creative, Most Technical/Difficult, and Best Display. The Cupcake Battle consisted of the students preparing a cupcake recipe of their choice, calculating the cost of the entire recipe, and completing an interview with the judges.  . . .

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