Kayla Adams and Arianna Williams are shown with their first-place medals won at the recent culinary arts competition at Kendall College in Chicago.
CALUMET CITY | Thornton Fractional North High School students Kayla Adams and Arianna Williams won first place in the Ready … Set … Cook competition on Feb. 20.
CRETE | St. James Manor & Villas, 1251 E. Richton Road, invites the community to attend the Trilogy Health Services Northern Division Culinary Olympics, hosted by St. James Manor & Villas at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the campus chapel.
Terri Edmunds poses inside her home in Naperville, Ill. In the past year, Edmunds — who was diagnosed with diabetes at age 10 — says, she's become more adventurous with ingredients and technique and credits the challenge in a cooking competition with giving her confidence to try new things.
Terri Edmunds, of Naperville, Ill., prepares her Duchess potatoes.
STEGER | Students in the advanced culinary arts class at Bloom Trail High School baked 90 holiday pies as a classroom learning experience.
Bloom Trail senior Tim Perry places pies in the oven for baking.
Bloom Trail High School students, from left, Leslie Walk, Destiny Ward and Leneta Howard, all seniors, prepare pie crusts.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point High School's ProStart Culinary Arts teams came home with some of the top awards from recent state competition.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point High School ProStart Culinary Arts teams came home with some of the top awards from the state competition.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. | As he prepares to quit the kitchen for the classroom, chef Charlie Trotter makes it clear that he won't be just nibbling around the edges when it comes to graduate school.
Chef Charlie Trotter listens to a question during an interview with The Associated Press on Friday in Miami Beach, Fla. Earlier this year, Trotter announced that he will close his acclaimed eponymous restaurant in Chicago after it celebrates its 25th anniversary in August. He plans to return…
Lauren Kracik, sous-chef, cuts strawberries for Tween Iron Chef contestants Eliana Smith and Bryce Galatte to arrange on the presentation plates.
CRETE | The Crete Public Library held a competitive Tween Iron Chef cook-off on Jan. 30 for boys and girls ages 9 to 12 .
The winning teams of the Crete library's Tween Iron Chef contest are, from left, Seth Smith, Bryce Galatte, Emily Hayhurst, Adriana Wagenveld and Hannah Cross with sous-chefs Antony Urbikas, Hannah Martin and Alisabeth Canole.
Sara Doherty's love of cooking and baking started at home with her mother and grandmother.
What do Charlie Trotter, Ivy Tech's Culinary School, and the Hammond Area Career Center's Culinary Arts Program have in common you ask?? Me!
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