Culinary arts students whip up meal for business leaders

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Culinary arts students whip up meal for business leaders

‘The main goal was nailing those tenderloins’
Durango High School ProStart culinary arts students Embrey Saville, 16, left, and Michelle Ortiz Lazcano, 16, put the finishing touch on salads. On Thursday, culinary arts students prepared a dinner for area business leaders who also heard from administrators about long-range planning needs and ideas to expand the career and technical education curriculum.

Culinary arts students whip up meal for business leaders

Durango High School ProStart culinary arts students Embrey Saville, 16, left, and Michelle Ortiz Lazcano, 16, put the finishing touch on salads. On Thursday, culinary arts students prepared a dinner for area business leaders who also heard from administrators about long-range planning needs and ideas to expand the career and technical education curriculum.

Culinary arts students whip up meal for business leaders

Durango High School ProStart culinary arts student Chenoa Sundine, 17, shows her presentation for the students’ dinner of a herb-glazed pork tenderloin, Parmesan-garlic orzo and grilled vegetables. Students handled cooking and serving duties for an informational dinner the district offered to business leaders at the school.

Culinary arts students whip up meal for business leaders

Durango High School ProStart culinary arts students Billy White, 16, and Chenoa Sundine, 17, prepare Parmesan-garlic orzo for serving.

Culinary arts students whip up meal for business leaders

Durango High School ProStart culinary student Chenoa Sundine, 17, shows her presentation for herb-glazed pork tenderloin, Parmesan orzo and grilled vegetables on Thursday.
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