American Institute of Wine and Food Competition

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American Institute of Wine and Food Competition

Talina Hazelton, Reporter

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On Saturday, September 28th, a group of students went to Mulvane Kansas to participate in a state competition. The students arrived at South High School at 8:00am to prep all the foods and left the school around 10:30am. There was 3 teams but everyone worked together to finish these delicious dishes. During the event, the students made 400 bite size pieces of each dish.

Dishes they made:

  1. Chicken cordon blue en croute with a parmesan tuile cup, roasted romeo and honey dijon sauce

2. Potato pirogi ruskie with sour cream chives sauce garnished with watermelon rattish









3. Reuben croquette with honey dijon sauce.


The dishes were judged based on the looks, taste, and creativity. Chicken cordon blue en cruote with a parmesan tuile cup, roasted Romeo and honey dijon sauce won first place. 1,900 dollars is being awarded to us for the delicious dish everyone worked together to make.

Group picture

Students involved:

Ashley Olivia, Jajuan Dawson, Tiffany Brown, Mason Bowler, Elida Castaneda, Gabriella Escobedo, Noah Young, Tori White, Mahogany Ndione, Tristen Cox, Joseph Kichgessner, Adelaide Winn, Bradley Douglas, and Taija Johnson.

They are thankful to have an awesome administration that believes in this program.

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