|L-r: Brandon Wiggins, Destiny Mason, Hannah Davis taste food|
The students prepared a variety of recipes from berry berry pancakes, cheese quesadillas, to astronaut pudding.“I thought the cooking show was a nice experience because I never did anything like that before,” said C.H.E.F. student Destiney Mason. “I like that I get to learn how to cook so when I get older I can cook for myself and not have to go to restaurants and I’ll be able to show others how to cook now.”
The second session of the C.H.E.F. program began this week for youth between the ages of 12 and 14. With the help of Sharman Charles and Eva Davis of the LSU AgCenter, C.H.E.F. creator De’Shoin York Friendship is teaching participants a wide variety of recipes. Students prepare their own ingredients while getting first hand experience in the kitchen and education on nutrition, utensils to use in the kitchen, skills needed to cook meals at home and recipes.The program is conducted in partnership with the LSU AgCenter's East Baton Rouge Extension Office.
Writer/photographer: Kelli E. Palmer, 225.771.2242 or email@example.com
For further detail, please contact De'Shoin York Friendship at 225-771-2582 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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